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PREFACE. 



In the bringing out of this, the first, 'edition ^f the Coci>ties 
OP Frontenac, Lennox and Addington, and Kingston City 
Directory, the publishers beg to assure the public (hat every effort 
has been made to render it a complete index to the pTofessional, 
commercial, manufacturing, and farming communities of the City 
and Counties ; and though it is next to impossible in a work of 
this nature to have it entirely free from error, they feel thnt their 
experience and success hitherto in the Directory line should satisfy 
their patrons that nothing has been left undone compatible with 
an early issue and accuracy that could be desired, even by professed 
fault-finders. 

Several neiy features have been, introduced into this work which 
need not be enumerated here, and the publishers desire to present their 
acknowledgments to the many gentlemen, both in the city and counties 
who have so promptly furnished them with so much useful infor- 
mation, which-would otherwise have involved much time and expense 
to procure. They also beg to acknowledge their gratitude for the 
patronage and encouragement received from the comiiisncemcnt at 
the hands of the professional, mercantile, manufacturing and farm- 
ing interests, both of Kingston and the counties, and they tru'it the 
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work will be useful to the thousands of readers who will have occa- 
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have been left out, that they will gladly make all amendments and 
corrections in the next edition. 

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ADVEnTISINO DrnECTOBT. 




GENERAL INDEX. 




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(LATE IRONS') 




KINGSTON, C. W. 



D. C. BURNETT, 



FORMEilf J OF AlEHICiiN HOTEL, 



Wf^TSCT^©WM. B.Y. 



PAOE. 

AdvertiBera* Index xv 

FttONTENAO — County of 219 

Bnrrie anil Clarendon, Tuwn- 

Bliipsof 224 

Bedford, Township of 228 

Ciiurla 220 

Hincliiubrooke, Township of. . 234 
Kennebec " •• 23S 

Kingston, " .. 242 

Loughborough, " .. 868 

Wilier nod Canonto, " . . 262 

Olden " •• 288 

• O o " . . 267 

Pnlraerston, " ..210 

Pillsburgh, " .. 272 

Porlland, " .. 286 

,Poet Offices, List of 221 

Ueeves and Deputy Reeves .. 21» 
Ki-lurna of Agiieulturai Pro- 
duce 221 

Storiington, Township of .... 2CG' 

Wolfe Island " HOT 

General Index pti 

Index to Business Direutory xiii 

KiNosTos — Crrr ok I 

Agricultural Society, County of 

J rontcnao 6 

Alphabetical Directory ZS 

B:.nks 4 

Business Directory ^y■^ 

Canndiiiu Enj,'iue and Jlniliiu- 

ery Company & 

Ootaraqui Oeroclery Conipacj 7 

Churches 16 

City GoverDmcrit 2 

Citizens' Free Skating Rink . . 8 

Consular Aljeat ' 

County Olhcers 4 

Courts 8 

Curling Club, Kingston H 

CuEtom House ... , 7 

Educ:itional 8 

Electoral Division Agricultural 

Society, City of Kingston . . 9 



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PAOt 

Fire Brigade 1? • 

Fronleoac Loud and Invest- 
ment Society 5 

Gas Compauy • ■ ^ 

Hospitals aou Asylums ...... 1^ 

King Street Skating lUnk. . . , fl 

Maaonio 12 

Uccbaoics' Icetituto 6 

" " and News 

Rooms 'J 

Militia 19 

National SocietieB 11 

Newdpapere i9i 

Obaervatury • 

Odd Fellows, Lnyal Uniou 

Lodge, IndcpcDiletit Order of IS 
Permiiufnt Building Bocieiy, 

Kin^slou • • 6 

J*Oe.t OIHOO 7 

•' Inspectors' Office., 1 

Provincial Penitenlinry. , - . . . 18 

RehgiouB SociCti-'S H 

Koitd Compani^B 8 

SouB of Teiiipcrnnce, Grand 

Division, Older cf IS 

Trust and Loan Ocmpaiiy of ^ 

Upper Canada 1 

WKter WorVa 6 



Lkkhox aj^d ArDiNGTON. County oy, 815 
At'olphnslowr, Townabip of . . 320 
Aiiiharst Island *' •• 824 

AsLby " .. 329 

Camden Kast *' .. 329 

IVnbigh & Abiuger ** . . 844 

jLffinghani ._ " • . 346 

ErncBtown " . • 346 

Fiedericka'our^h, ^orth and 

South. Township of S62 

Kuladur and Ai.glcaca, Towd* 

sbipa of 3'3 

Oiuuge Association, County 

Grand Lodge of 8X6 

Post OHicca, County of Adding'' 

ton, List of . , . .' Sn 



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GKNEBAL INDEX. 



PAQK. 
Post Offices, CouDty of Lennox, 

Litt of g]7 

R0CVC8 nnd Deputy Reci'cs . . 5I6 
lieturnsof Agjitultural Census 318 

Richrnor.d, Township of S78 

Sheffield, " 390 

NiPANEK, Town of 1 63 

Aeiidemy 155 

Alph.ibetic.il Directory 166 

Cliurthes I55 

Missiona 165 

Schools 165 

Secret Societies I6fi 

Preface jx 

Title. .'. vii 

ToWKS AXD VlLlAOKS, CoUNTT OP 

PnoNTtXAO 173 

B.IT litfield, Vilhige of 173 

Battersoa, " . 1*73 

Bill Uook. " ...!...! 174 

BlrrninKli.im, PostOffico of . . . 17-1 

Brewer's Milla, VillaKO of 174 

CInyne, " 174 

Ciillinsby, " I75 

Deniston, •' I75 

ElKinburg, ", I7tt 

Pei-mny. " I70 

Card en Island, " I77 

GleDhur..ie, Post Office of 177 

GleTvalc, " .... 177 

Hardingo, Village of 177 

llairowsraitb, .'* 178 

ll.jwo Island, Post Office of. . . 178 

luverury, Villrige of 178 

Kinjslon Wills, " 179 

Lou<ililn)rougli, " 17J) 

llonntr.in Grove, Post Office of, 180 

Wurvnlc, Village of 180 

Parli;tm, " 181 

Petworih, Post Office of 182 

Pitt's Ferry, " 182 

Portsnioutii, Village (pf 18 i 

llaiUon, Post Office of 186 ' 



PASS 

Sharptou, " ign 

Verona, Village of 1 86 

Waterloo-Kinl'Stnn, Village of, 187 

Westbrook, Village of 188 

Wilraur, " 188 

Wolfe Island 189 

Towns and Villages, Oountiks op 

Lennox AND Addinoton 190 

Ad'ilphustown, Village of ... 190 
Baldwin, " .... 190 

Bath, " 191 

Camden East, " .... 196 

Centreville, " .... 197 

Clareview, • " .... 199 

Colebrook, " .... 198 

Conway, ** 199 

Oroydiin. " 200 

Emerald, Post Office of 200 

Enlerprise, Village of 200 

Krinsvilln, Post Office of 201 

Flinton. Villo^'o of 201 

• Glastonbury, " 202 

Gnsport, Post Office of 202 

Hamburg. *' 202 

Kaludar, Village of 202 

Leinster, " 203 

Lennrx. Post Office of 203 

Mill Haven, Villagn of 203 

Mill Point, Post Office of 204 

Morven. *' 204 

Moscow, Village of 204 

Newburgli, " 204 

Odessa, " 208 

OverluH, Post Office of 211 

Parma, •' on 

Eoolin, Village of 211 

Sandhurst, Post Office of 211 

Selby, Village of 211 

Stell:), " 212 

Swltzcrvillc. Post Office of 213 . 

Tumworth, Village of 213 

Wilton, •' 216 

Yorker, " 217 



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INDEX TO KINGSTON BUSINESS DIHEOTORY. 



PAGE. 

AcRountnnts 12'( 

Agenta, Crown Lnud ,', 127 

EmigrutioD , 127 

" E\'pro33 127 

■' GcMieml 127 

'* Hou?e. Land, and Estate. . . 127 

•' Inaurtince 127 

" Miiniilactmers* 128 

" ?ns?ngp 128 

Pusspoi-r 128 

Sewiiijr MirhincB 12H 

" Kleuiiisliip 128 

'' TicUet, Riiilway atjj Steam- 

bont .' 128 

AgiiciiltiMul Inipletucnt Uauufuc- 

tmers i28 

Aicliiir(;t3 unJ Civil Eagin^.rs... . 128 

AtUMiicv^ n"i\ Soliritois 128 

A\K-liitu ihhI Ccmniis.'jion 128 

Bjkers ami Coulectloneri !2y 

Bni.kd ^ 129 

JJarbt'va and HairHresflors 129 

I^anisleiB iuid AitoineyB 12'J 

Uar IvoTi HO 

Uilliiinl :^iiloona. 130 

Iilacltt»iniElin ^ 130 

ttuiirii'ninr Houses , IStJ 

Blank Book ManufactureVB 3 ^0 

Hoat Builder 131 

Duukl.iu'ieiB uiid Blank CookUauu- 

facluiLTa 181 

BnilPi- Milker. ..I 131 

BoukseliiTs nnd Sta'ionera 131 

Ltf'ui and Shuctunkera and Dealers. ]3i 

liuwliiif^^ Alley 181 

iI^l.^a Fouirdci- 131 

lircwi TS 132 

Brokers, Ot'ncnil ,. J 82 

Second Hand 132 

" Stuck. Money it Exchange 182 

Brourii Muimfiictui ur 132 

Builders 132 

Building and Investment Societiea, 132 

Biiichcrs 182 

Cabinet Makers 1S3 



Carpenters and Builders ... 133 

Cariiaije Axles, Manufacturers of. , 184 

Oarriiige and Coach Builders !84 

Cuivor nnd Gilder 1 34 

Oliemidis mid Drupi,'lsLa 184 

CbiiiQ, Glass mid Karlbenwaro .... 134 

Ci^rars and Tubacco . . , 134 

Clothiers 134 

Coal nnd Wood Dealers ■, 135 

Coffee and Splee Mills 135 

Coniniiasion Morcbauts 135 

Oon'cciioiieid ., 135 

Consul, United Slates 185. 

CoutraciDjB 13B 

Coopei a , 135 

Copperamilhs 186 

Cutler. .*...... 139 

DenttBtB 15)5 

Diuiiij^ Saloon 136 

Dit,tillci8 , 136 

Dieasmuktrs , , 139 

Diy Goi^d^, Millinery, Ac 136 

Dy era .and Scouriira ISfl 

Kii^ino and Maehine Oompaniea. .. 137 

lilxpresB Conipii^iy 137 

b'ugirieera. Civil , 137 

Fancy Goods 137 

Flour and I'Voo. 137 

Koiwardiug, Shipping aud Commis- 
sion Meich'uta 187 

Foundry aud Muchino Sbop 137 

Fruit, Oysters, Game anil Coufec* 

tioiiery 138 

Furniture aaanufaoturers it Dealers 138 

Glue ManufucLuier 188 

Gold and yilvar 3mUh 1 33 

Grocer, Green IsS 

Grocers, Wholesale and Retail..., 138 

Guusuiilba l4o 

Hardware and Cutlery . . 141 

llaruc63 Makeis 141 

Huttera and Fuirers 141 

Hides and Ltather HI 

Hotels and Taverns 141 

House FupDJabing Qoode. .....,., 143 



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IHDEX TO BUSINESS DIEfcCTORY. 



Hucksters i^g 

Insuiaiice Compntiica .'.' uo- 

Iron Works ]_'"*' j^^ 

Jewellers ^ j., 

Jnrik Denlcra '...'..'.'.'.'.'..'.'.'. 144 

Juslice of tho Pence. ux 

I.ivery Stables . . ° " f^''"™' ""d R"touranta „ 

'Luml/er Dealer,... : « IrP ^It"'; 'BO 

^l.u hie Cutters aud De.al.;; i ! i I i « I w/n^ vf ^'^''t'"'", '^0 

Machinists ... , *? ^'-"'"g Machme Mauufacturer and 

ilillUiers and llilliuory GoodV " ' uJ qiZ ?'"''^^" " " " ;. 

Newspapers ^ ' ,4" c^^ °.""''" 160 

■ *^ 1^* Skate Manufnoturer 150 



D- . „ . , net, 

Kiyels, Bridge and Boiler 149 

R^llinK Mills \ll 

Hope Manufacturers ill 

Kule Maker ™ 

Suddle, Harness.nnd TnmkMukers 149 
^nil Maker .... .„ 



ISO 



16rt 



146 
116 



147 
147 
147 
147 



Notaries HuUio ....'.'.'.'.".' 

Official Aspiguecs ., I4g 

OyslerauJ (,amo Dealers .'.'.." 141J 

Painters, House, Sign and Orna- 
mental 

Paioteis. Poitrait . . . .' .' ' .' .' ' ', 

Paper Hangera ,,[, 

PauLry Cook .'.'.*.'.'.' 

Photograpers '.'.'.'.'.'. 147 

Physifians and Surgeons... .".'.'.".' 140 

Piano Forto MaoufucturcrB lind 

Dealers __ ].jg 

Plumbers and OsK Filters. .!.".'.' i 143 
Pot and Pearl Ash Manufacturer .".' 148 
Primers. Book and Job.' 14s 

Picture Frame Makers .■..'.'..' U8 

Produce Mcicl.ants ...,, 148 

Provincia! tand Surveyor..." .'.".'!.' us 
Provision Dealers " 11a 
J-ump Maker. . . . . ] ] ! ^1 " °" V^'-f'- 

Restiuranta ...:!......:.::;;;; ujl '' '*'"'"•" 



(0 
160 



Sleigh Makers 

Soap and Candlo Maiiufacturcra. . . 160 

Soda Water Manufacturers 16I 

bteamsbip Agents jji 

Stoves and Tinware. .!!.".' 151 

Tanners ," 

Javerns J"; 

Timicierniist ,?, 

T,_ 1 ,, . • .. lot 
eacher. Music jjj 

Tin Copper Jt Sheet Ir'onWoVk'era! 151 
lobacoo and Cigar Manufacturers.. 181 
Umbrella Maker ... ,k| 

Undertakers Jji 

Veterinary Surgeon. ■;.■.■.■.■.■.■.■;;.■ ,52 

waggon Makers jjj 

Walchraalers and Jewellers.'."!"' 16'> 

Whilesraitb ]j2 

Wine and Spirit Merchants!.'." ! ."."." 152 
162 
151 



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At)VEliTisEES' Index. 



klVflSTON. 

Allen. S 28 

Barker, EilwnM Joho, M.D . . 88 

BiacR. S 28 

British Ainericao ,,. , . 86 

Britiflh "SVhig .-. . 88 

Burnett, D 0... , i. sand 84 

Burnett House , .x and 84 

fiurrowe, William . . , . , 84 

'^anadian Churcbman. . * 40 

CarmnD. J. W 86 

Oarruthers, J. ife Co 42 

Cheap Cash Grocery t .t 42 

City Bai!i3 42 

City Hole! « 70 

Cooke, R. B. <t Co , . . , , 42 

Creigiiton, Joho opp title 

Crldifnrd. John 42 

Day,B. W.,M.D flfl 

Dillon, Joseph /..... 60 

Dunbar, John .,.., 60 

Ferguson, Wm. it Co 6tt 

Fi'X. John C ^.. r..,.,,.. eo 

Gibertcii & Tarkcr , , .. 62 

Hendry, Robert, jun 60 

Hendry, Thomas A Co 10 

Hobart. Geo. 3 62 

Hbpc, James . i 70 

Horsey, R. M 12 

Irwin, Robert A 70 

Jobneioii, Jnme^ B 72 

KingutoD Clothing Store 06 

- Kingston Coffee and Spice 

Steam Mills 108 

WcDerinott, Thomas 72 

McDonald. D 72 

McEwen, D ,... 96 

O'Ourman, M £6 

Parker. G. H 102 

Pornell. J, H 40 

Penitentiary Boot and Shoe 

\VarehuiiB6 70 

Peroy, W. J g6 

Phoenix Foundry Stove Depot. 72 

Pipe.W 102 

Roboiieon, George »t Soo 108 

• Robinson, Willianl 108 

Bhieta, John... . 102 

Skinner, H., M.D 114 

"Thomaon. A. . . j,,.., 126 



TAQt.- 

Victoria Iron Wortg and Roll- 

i"gMill 126- 

Whites. P 1J4 

Wiluiul, E. ACo 12a 

Bath. 

Gardner, Joseph < , . , 195 

Nafansk. 

Anglo AiQcricaD Douee 168 

Bell.R.B U8 

Cumpbiill House ifio 

Colo. John W 163 

DnviJ, Alex. C I60 

Dwight, John...., , 160 

Henry <t Biother ifltt 

Holbrouk, T A ,,,. iHJt 

Kennrdy, WilUanj ", 162 

Lp.nib. Thomas Jgg 

Lennox and Addingluo Ledger 132 

Napanea Staotla'-d , 16d 

RioTiardaOM di Foster 172 

. Tfradde!, D.iTid A 173 

Yatee. Abel 170 

Yntea'B .Hotel ■ 172' 

Nkwbubou. 

Ciiniden HuufiB 2O8 

Hope, J. .Forayth 208 

ODEa-*A. 

Ojessa UuuBo 2IO 

Wdlker.MiR.J. S 21a 

PoUTsMumn. 

Fisher, Jiitoea 386 

Portsmouth Brewery 186 

TAMWottfB/ 

Tnmwortfi Hotel 216 

Wheeler, Luke A 216 

MONTUGAL. 

Coe, Aadrow , 2I8* 

TottONTO." 

American Hotel U 

Coe, Andrew 2I8 

Miloholl 1 Co 400 

Tayior,J. di J , Uj 

Walker, A. B. U 

U*ILWAT8. 

Erie Railway 403 

Grand Trunk Railway. . . .iv and t 
Great Western Railway . .401. 402 

Northern Railway ..... < »iii 

Ottawa aoj Pieaoott lUilway. xy'\ 



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RAILWAY ADVERTISEMENTS. 




DIVISION OF THE 



GMND TRUNK EAILWAY. 



TWO PASSENGER TRAINS DAILY EACH WAY, 

Leaving Ottawa at 8 A.M. and 1 .00 P.M., connecting at Jumotioh 

with the Main Lino Trains going Eaat and West, 

and at Peebcott with the 

§nj\\l §]mt mul ^mmm fliiwjs &t ^tmmm 

rOE ALL PORTS EAST AND WEST; 

Also, v/ith tho N. 0. R. R. and R. W. & 0. R. Trains leaving Ogdens- 
burgh for 

NEW YORK AMD BOSTON. 

RETURNING: 

Will leave PnESCOTT at 7.45 A.M. and 2.00 P.M., on arrival of 
all connecting lines, and arrive in Ottawa at 11.45 A.M. and 4.45 
P.M., connecting with Steamers for Porta on the Upper and towep 
Ottawa Hiver. 



W. J. SPICEE, Suj,t. 



C. J, BETDGES, Man, Director, 



KINaSTON 



Kingston ia one of the oldest localities in Upper Canada and the 
capital of the county of rronteaac. aitu.ted at '\« '^''^'1. "^ ^'^^f *• 
Lawrence, where the waters of Lake Ontario. togetl>er with the Bay 
of Quintg and the great Cataraqui creek unite, and form the St. 
Lawrence, and thence End their way fo the Atlantic. Across the 
bav lie Wolfe and Garden iblau-ls, a distance of three miles, forming 
the harbor, which is a beautiful sheet of water, and a commodious 
and safe refuge for vessels of ever, class. Ship and boat building is 
carried on to a large extent ; and vessels of every capacity for lake 
or ocean navigation are built and fitted out complete. All the 
timber necessary for ship and bo.it building is found in great abun- 
dance in tho adjoining townships; and cons.der.ablo q^-^f 'tie^ wo 
shipped to other points in Canada, as well as to England and tho 

United States. , . _, , . , 

Kingston contains a KoUiog Mill, and a.number of Foundries and 
Machine-shops in constant ope-ation, which, besides supplying the 
demands of tho city, manufacture portable stoam-engmcs, mill ma- 
cliinery. locomotives, agricultural implements, stoves, iron axles, cut 
nails, screw bolts, and all kinds of carria^o pnd waggon work for 
many parts of the Province. There are also several large tanneries 

and breweries. „ , .l- i r ■ ^ »• 

On approaching Kingston, by water, tho first object of interest is 
Fort Henry, formerly called Fort Frontenac, from the last Frenca 
governor who held it. It is situated on a high point, formed by tae 
St. Lawrence on the south, and the Cataraqm on" the west, across 
which there is a very- long bridge, connecting the fort and^ the 
adjoining village of Barrieiield with tho city. Here also was for- 
merly a naval sL-ition adjoining the fort, but it is now disused The 
fort is well worth a visit from the tourist, who can always obtain a 
pass for that purpose from the gentlemanly and urbane Town Major. 
Mr P Geraghtv. As a military^ btation. its defences are only 



KINGSTON CITY. 



second to Quebec ; and Tort Honry, together with the martoUo 
towers, have complete command of the harbor. 

The city contains many handaomo and substantial buildings, 
among which may bo mentioned tho City Buildings, Court House, 
Proyiucial Penitentiary, Custom House, Post OiEce, Commercial 
Bank (which has its head office here). Bank (Branch) of Montreal, 
City Hall, Queen's and Eegiopolis Colleges, and Eockwood Lunatic 
Asylum. The Park is beautifully and tastefully laid out with walks* 
and planted with shrubbery, and is a great boon to the citizens. 

Kingston is well supplied with gas ; and the purest quality of 
water, drawn from the current of the river, entirely free from all 
shore impurities. 

Tho city is well supplied with churches— all the various denomi- 
nations being represented ; and some of the edifices are fine speci- 
mens of the excellent public taste of the inhabitants. The most 
noticeable ones are the Eoman Catholic Cathedral and St. George's 
(English). 

The view of Kingston from the dome of tho City- Hall, on a fino 
day, can scarcely be surpassed ; and well repays the tourist for his 
time and trouble. The city was founded in the year 1781, and wa3 
incorporated in 183S. It lies in latitude 44° 8", north, and longitude 
^S^ 40" west from Q-reenwich ; and it is distant from Montreal 198 
m'iles, and from Toronto 165. Population about 17,000. 



KT>!GSTON CITT GOVERNMENT. 

COMMON COUNCIL, 18G5. 

Matok. — John Creighton. 

SlDENliAXi Waed. — Aldermen, George M. Kinghorn, Kohert 
McCammon ; Councilmen, Michael Sullivan, M.D., Jas. Falconer. 

Ontahio Wahd. — Aldermen, James Baker, Daniel JIacarow ; 
Councilmen, Wm. Brophy, 'Wm. Allen. 

St. Lawhence "Waed. — Aldermen, George Brown, Donald Mc- 
Kay ; Councilmen, .John tsmith, Thomas Couley. 

Catahaqui AVatid. — Aldermen, "Wm. Allen, JoBoph Dillon ; 
Councilmen, Denis Kane, Wra. P. Phillips. 



• KINGSTON CITY. *» 

FaoNTENAO Waed.— Aldermen, George Davidson, Edward Wil- 
rnot ; Councilmen, Hugh Cummins, Charles Livingston. 

BiDEAU "Wabd.— Aldermon,' Wm. Eobinsou, Arch. Livingston; 
Councilmen, James McCammon, Edward White. 

ViCTOEiA Wabd.— ^Udermen, Alex. M. Brown, Jer. Meagher ; 
Councilmen, John McKelvey, Eobert Tomkina. 

OFFiOEna OF THE CouHcit.— City Clerk, Michael Flanagan ; 
Chamberlain, Wm. Anglin ; High Bailifi and Chief of Police, Eobt. 
Channonhouse ; City Engineer and Inspector of Weights and Mea- 
sures John C. luncs ; Clork of Market and Harbor Master, Arch. 
Smyth ; Clerk of Hay and Wood Market, Francis Weyms ; Lessee 
of Market, Daniel Donoghuo ; City Architect, William Coverdale ; 
Inspectors of Liconscs, Samuel Shaw and Thomas Mostyn ; Messen- 
ger and Carelaker of City Buildings, Andrew Lanigan . 

Police Commissioners.'— John Creighton (Mayor), Jas. O'Eeilly 
(Recorder), Thos. W. Eobison (Police Magistrate). 

Police Department.— Robert Channonhouse, Chief of Police , 
John Eobb, Sergeant Major ; John Stacey, Sergeant ; Robert Bell 
and Patrick Meicle, Corporals ; Patrick Nugent, Denis Milan, John 
Porter, Hu^h McCauloy. Peter Foxton. John Xwigg, David Palmer, 
JamesBennett, James Thompson, David Cunningham, and WiUiam 
McLouglin, Patrol Men. 

CiTr CoRONEns.-John E. Dickson, M.D., John Stuart, M.D., 
John Shaw, Michael Flanagan, Chailos W. Jenkins, Edward John 
Barker. 



COURTS. 

Supehiob Cocbt Terms.— Trinity Term, first Monday after 2l6t 
August in each year ; Michaelmas Term, third Monday in November ; 
Hilary Term, first Monday in February ; Easter Term, Third Monday 
in May. 

County Court T^rms. —Hon. Georgo W. Draper, Judge; Peter 
O'Reilly, Clerk ; sittings, the second Tuesday in January, April, July, 
and October. 

Quarter Sessions.- Presided over by tho County Judge. Sit- 
tings, the second Tuesday in Decembe'r, Murcb, June, and SeptemTier. 



KINGSTON CITY. 



TinaT Divi3T0a Coukt. — Presided over by the County Judge; 
Jolm Duff, Clerk. This court is held ten times in each year. 

IU-cohdeb's Couet. — Presided over by Jas. O'Eiley, Recorder of 
the city ; Michael Flanagan, clerk ; Eobert Channonhouse, high 
bailill'; John Ilobb, crier. Sessions aro held tho first Monday in 
March, June, September, and third Monday in December. 



COUNTY OFFICERS. 

Judge of tho County Court and Chairman of Quarter Sessions. 
Hon. Gr. W. Draper ; Clerk of the County Court, Peter O'Reilly ; 
Sheriff, Thomas A. Corbett ; Judge of the Surrogate Court, Hon. 
G.W. Draper; County Clerk, Thomas Ferguson ; County Treasurer, 
AVilliam Ferguson ; County Registrar, James Durand ; Clerk of the 
Peace, and Couaty Attoruoy, R. M. Wilkison ; Clerk of the 1st 
Division Court, Jolm Duff; Gaoler, Richard Corbett. 



BANKS. 

Bank or Monteeal.— Capital, $6,000,000. Head office, Mon- 
treal. Kingston Branch, King, cor. "William. President, T. B. 

Anderson ; Cashier, ; Manager, P. P. Harris ; Accountant, 

Wm. Munro ; Teller, A. Davidson ; Ledger-keeper, John C. Pender ; 
Clerks, Ch. Thomson, E. Q. M.icdonald ; Porter, John McAlister. 

Bank op Buitish NoBTn Ameeioa.— Capital, £1,000,000 Stg. 
Head Office, Loudon, jMigland. Kiugston Branch, Office, City 
Buildings. Manager, J.-.mcs Eiddell ; Accountant, John M. Adam ; 
Puller, John A. Codd ; Messenger, Charles Beattio. 

Batjk op Upper Canada.— Capital, S1,000,000. Head Office, 
roronto. Kingston Branch, Office, King, cor. Queen. President, 
don. G. W. Allan ; Cashier, Robert Cassclls ; Manager,- \V. G. 
llinds ; Accountant, TV. R. Armstrong ; Teller, Geo. E. Durnford ; 
3ook-kceper, C. J. Brent ; Clerk, Charles Ridout. 

CoMiiEnoiAL Bank of Canada.— Capital (paid up) .?-l,000,000. 
'resident, R. J. Cartwright, Esq., M.P.P. ; Directors,' Edward 
Jerry, Esq., C. F. Gildcrslecve, Esq., Jas. Harty, Esq , Hon. J. A. 
lacdonald, Hon. Jas. Paton, U. \V. Strange, Esq. Head Ofhce, 



KINGSTON CITY. 



Kingston. Cashier, Charles S. Ross; Inspector, Arch. Cameron; 
Secretary, J..G. Macdonald ; Accountant, John R. Munro ; Transfer 
Clerk, J. Rorke ; Discount Clerk, Niel Campbell ; Teller, 0. H. 
Ransom ; Ledger-keeper, E. A. Petrio ; Junior Clerk. J. F. Harper ; 
Messenger, G. Barnes. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

KiNOBTOK "Watee Woeks — Established, 1849. Directors— T. 
Kirkpatrick, president ; George Baxter, vice-president ; John Shaw, 
C. F. Gildersleeve, Eobert Deacon, Thomas Parke, Rybert Kent, 
James Linton, and John Wiley. James "Wilson, manager. 

City of Kingston Gab Light Company.— Directors-Williai'u 
Fergusc 3sq., president ; James Alexander Henderson, Esq., vice- 
presidenfT John Watkins, Esq., Robert Deacon, Esq., Samuel 
Mucklestone, Esq., H. J. Gilbert, Esq., 0. F. Gildersleeve, Esq., 
Rybert Kent, Esq., George Baxter, Esq. John Kerr, Esq., mana- 
ger. Charter granted in 1818, and works put in operation in 1819. 
KiNOSTON PEEiiANENT BuiLDiNO SooiETY. — Thomas Kirkpatrick, 
president ; Dr. Horatio Yates, vice-president. Directors,— James 
Linton, Robert Deacon, Thomas Gordon, Thomas Briggs, R. J. 
Cartwright, Thomas Parke. 

Feontenao Loan and Intestumt Society.— Directors, Thomas 
Kirkpatrick, president ; Dr. Horatio Yates, vice-president ; Hon. J. 
A. Macdonald, M.P.P., James McNee, Hon. Alexander CampbeU. 
M.L.C., John Creighton, (Mayor), R. J. Cartwright, M.P.P., Rybert 
Kent, William G. Hinds. Bankers— Commercial Bank. A. S. 
Kirkpatrick, solicitor ; Thomas Briggs, manager. 

Canadian Enqine and Maciiineby Company.— C. J. Brydges, 
president; Robert Wright, secretary aud treasurer ; Francis Tutton, 
superintendent. 

Kingston Mechanics' Institute. — James Minncs, president; 
H. 0. Millar, l9t vice-president ; Wra. Irving, 2nd vice-president ; 
John McKay, jun., treasurer ; A. Abbott, secretary. Committee — 
Messrs. Falconer, Hatch, Dawson, Woods, King, McNeil, Moore, 
McKelby, White, Scott, Friel, an^l Wilson. James Abraham, 
caretaker. 



KINGSTON CITY. 



Kiso SxKr.ET Skatino Eink. — Officers — Charles E. Qildersleevo, 
ircsiilcnt ; J^mts A. Henderson, vice-president. Directors — Hon. 
Ucxauder Campbell, E. J. C.irtwright, John Carruthers, M. W. 
Itrnii''"e, C. S. Boss, Hon. John A. Macdonald, Thomas Kirkpatrick, 
ohn Frascr, Eohevt Deacon, nud John Boyca. Executive Com- 
alttcc — Augustus Thibodo, Captain Geraghty, Thomas D. Taylor, 
y, E. Jlingayc, James P. Gilderslcevc. Jolm K. Macaulny, secre- 
ary and treasurer. 

Citizens' EitEE Skatino Eink. — Situated opposite City Buildings, 
ohn JIcKay, juu.. president ; James Minnes, vice-president ; Q-. S. 
lobart, treasurer ; James Friel, secretary. 

KiNQBTON CnnLiNo Club. — Situated on Bagot Street. Captain 
'. G. Chrysler, president j J. M. Kirk, vice-president ; James Hop- 
irk, secretary and treasurer. Skips and managers — J. Falconeri 
'. Praser, E. M. I'ord, C. Hamilton, J. Carruthers, T. Drummond, 
. Kerr, and A. McAlistcr. 

County op Fhontenac AonicuLTUiuL Society. — Office, Cla- 
onco Street. President, Anthony McGuiu ; Ist Vice-President, 
ames Gibson ; 2nd Vice:President, James 0'Eei|ll3', (Eecorder) j 
ecrctary and Treasurer, Isaac Simpson. 

The City op Kingston ELP.OTon.vL Division Society. — Officers 
Dr ISGl : President, Thos. Briggs, Esq. ; 1st Vice-President, Prof. 
Villiamson ; 2nd Vice-President, Geo. A[.Wilkiuson,Esq.; Secretary 
ud Treasurer, Thos. "Wilson, Esq. ; Directors, IMcssrs. M. Flanagan, 
L. Thibodo, George Baxter, AVilliam Eudstou, C. E. Gildersleeve, 
. T. Drennan, and Juliu Creighton j Auditors, Messrs. E. M. Eoso 
ud George A. Cummiugs; Ei-Prcsidcnts, Messrs. J. P. Litchfield, 
I.D., Thomas Briggs, George Baxter, M. Flanagan. 

KrNQiTOJT Odsehvatouy. — Observer, Eev. Prof. Williamson; 

.ssistaut Observer, Dupins; Board of Visitation, The Mayor 

f Kingston, the Chairman of the Finance Cciiimittee of the City 
!ounoil, the Chairman of the School Committee, the Chairman of 
10 Park Committee, Tliree Members of the City Council, the Hon. 
. A. Macdouuld, M.P.P. ; the Hon. A. Campbell, M.L.C. ; J.J. 
iurrowes, Esq. ; H. Tates, Esq., M.D. ; Edward Berry, Esq. Poai- 
on of tlie Observatory: Latitude, 44" 13' 30" N. ; Longitude, 
4 5'54".02 W. 



KINGSTON CITY. ' 

Teust and loan Company or Uppcii C .Nli,..^--Head Office 
London, England; Capital, £1.000,000 sterling. Office, corner of 
PrTnoes: and King Streets. John Paton, comuiissioner ; Thomas 
Coxworthy, registrar; James O. Ireland, accountant; ^\ . P. Hen- 
derson, clerk ; A. Gray, messenger. 

Custom nouBE._K,ng, corner of Clarence. ^ "„ S.mpson 
collector; William E. Mingayo, surveyor; Samuel D. Fowlei. 1st 
lerk- John S. Smyth, 2nd clerk; George H. Detlor, appra.ser; 
Jame Hopkirk, 3rd clerk ; Daniel Lynch, 1st lauding wter ; Evan 
McColl, 2nd lauding ^.aiter ; Thomas Meagher, 3rd land.ug waiter ; _ 
Joseph kidd, 4th landing waiter ; Joseph Murphy preventive officer, 
Wolfe Island; William Henry McLean, preventive officer, Bath, 
Peter Gunn, messenger and packer. 

Consul. Agent, Kingston. -S. B. Hance, consular agent for 
the United States. Office, corner of Princess and Wellington Streets. 
CATAKAau. Cemetery CoMi.ANY.-Incorporatcd 18^2. Office: 
Anchor Buildings. Directors-Alex. Campbell, chairman ; Thomas 
Kirkpatrick, William G. Hinds, John Watkins, John Fraser. Ewea 
McEwen, secretary. 

Post Ofeice Inspectoks' Oi-.ice fou '^"^f ™'',/.''^'^'°^'-- 
Matthew Sweetnam, P.O. Inspector; Thomas A. Mulkms. Deputy 
P, O. Inspector; R; W. Barker, do. do. 

Tf ,>:r<;TON Post Office.— Robert Deacon, postmaster ; Alexamler 
Ma;ur,CirarlrL. Stephens, William Shannon, John Kelly. Robert 
T Bur^s, clerks; Peter Lindsay, letter carrier; Lawrence Brock, 

messenger. -n . i v i,„,i 

Kingston Mechanics' Institute and Nevvs RooM.-EstaWished 

in 7840. John Carruthers, president ; N. McNeil, 1st viee-pres.Jent , 

James Minnis, 2nd vice-president ; James Falconer, treasurer: TO. 

, Wilson, recording secretary ; J. N. G^i'^'l-; -"^^'^'''f;:" ^ ^ 
Genera Committee-George Davidson, William Irving, sen,, James 
Moore, James Smith, James Neish, A. MeKen.ie, Hugh Koss, S^im 1 
Harper, William Irving, jun., John McKay, jun., James Kirk, U. U. 
Millar. James Abraham, caretaker. No. of volumes contained .n 
library, 2,300. 



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KINGSTON CITY. 



. EOAD COJ»IPANIES. ' 
BliNosTON, PiTT3Bnsan, AND Gananoque Joint Stock Eoad 
CoiTPANiES. — Directors, Isaac ITope, president ; John Creighton, 
Mayor, vice-president ; Dr. E. J. Barker, John McLean, and John 
Muekleston, ; William Ferguson, sen., secretary and treasurer ; "Wil- 
liam Ferguson, jun., solicitor. 

KiNQSToN AND PniLLiPBTiLLE EoAD COMPANY. — John Flanagan, 
president ; William Anglin, secretary and treasurer ; John C. Innis, 
engineer ; John Flanagan, John Shaw, Jaa. Linton, M. W. Strange, 
and James O'Eeilly, directors. 

Kingston and Stobeinoton Eoad CoiirAnr. — John Waldron, 
president ; Samuel Smyth, secretary and treasurer ; Richard Draper 
P. McDonald, John Wiley, and Alexander Smyth, directors. 

Wateeioo and Sydenhau Eoad. — William Boyco, chairman : 
P. W. Day, Eobert Gibson, J. Wood, S. Shibley, Denis Lake, Wil- 
liam Uustou, and D. J. Walker, trustees. 

Pehtii Eoad. — Tbo Perth Eoad is owned by the following gen- 
tlemen : — John A. Macdouald, the Estate of Archibald J. Macdonell, 
and Samuel Smyth. Samuel Smyth, manager. 

Portland Eoad.— The Estate of Archibald John Macdonell, 
Denis Lake and Schuyler Shirley. Schuyler Shirley, manager. 



EDUCATIONAL. 



Qdeen's Unitersitt and College. — Incorporated by Eoyal 
Charter. Queen's College at Kingston was incorporated with the 
style and privileges of a University by a Eoyal Charter dated 16th 
October, 1811. It began with only the Faculties of Arts and 
Theology, but to these a Faculty of Medicine was added in 1854, 
and a Faculty of Law in 18G0 ; a special course of Civil Engineering 
13 now included with the Faculty of Arts. A complelo curriculum 
of study in the four Faculties respectively leads to the Degrees in 
Arts of B.A. and M.A., in Theology of B.D., in Medicine of M.D., 
in Law of LL.B. ; and these Degrees are ccmferred only on those 
who have gone through tho roQuircd curriculum and passed tho 
prescribed examinations. The senate, however, is empowered to 
confer, besides tho above, tho Honorary Degrees of D.D. and LL.D. 
for Literary, Scientific, or Professional distinction. 



• KINGSTON CITY. 

Faculties of ArU anU W.o%y.-The Principal. ^^2l"uZi 
Ham Snodgrass, PrimauB Professor of Div.mty ; Eev. JohnB. Mowa , 
MA Professor of Oriental Languages, Biblical Cnt.csmm Church 
Hi'st'ry, and Secretary to the Senatus ; Eev. James WJbamson 
LLD Professor of Mathematics and Natural Philosophy ;E v. 
John C Murray, Professor of Logic and Mental and Moral Ph.lo- 
W „nd Eeeistrar- Eobert Bell, C.E.. Professor of Natural 
hS 'ry Eov J H M^ekerras, Professor of Classical Literature, 
,r 7r' ^l\.r M A Lecturer on Modern Uistory. 

M -n T? E C S Edinburgh, Professor of Materia Med.ca and Pbar- 
mafyScfetafyttheFlculty, J.P.Litchfield M.D.,Prof^^^^^^^^^^ 
Fori; ic and State Medicine ; M. Lavell. M.D.. Professor of Obstet- 
•ITd Diseases of Women and Children: Eodeiick Kennedy, 
_MDLE.CSEdtburgh.Professorof Anatomy •, Octavius Tates 
M D * Prolessor of the Principles and Piactico of Surgery ; Eobert 
Bell 'CE Professor of Chemistry and Practical Chem.stry; Donald 
M LeanTM.D., L.E.O.3., Edinburgh. Professor of the Institutes of 
Sedicin; ; Michael Sulivan, M.D., Demonstrator m Anatomy. 

Faculty oi X.<..-non. Alexander Campbell, ^ J-C. d.^ of e 
faculty of law ; James Alexander Ilenderson, E^^'' ^-C-I^^. Ma^'- 
Chancery, professor ; Judge George W. »rape.s M.A P- " °^ 

BoariofIS-uHee.-\X.^.Zo\.n McMovino, Eev. Alexandoi Ma- 
thJson D.D., Bev. Archibald Walker, Eev. George Bdl, B A 
K V D-can korrison, Eev. Francis Nicol. Eev. Hug^ U-l"^-;' 
D D., Eev. Alexander Spence. D.D., Eev. John Barcky D.D S v. 
James C Muir, D.D., Eev. W. M. Inglis, M.A., Judge Malloch, 
James U. lumr, ^ , Mowat, Esq., George 

Alexander Morris, Esq.. D.C.Ij., ^eor « ^- ^ ' -r^rr.^junn 

Davidson, EBq.,the Principal, J. Greenshields. Lsq.,Hon. J. Hamilton 
rchai™-). Judge Logic. Edward Malloch, Esq.. Hon. Justice M- 
Lean. Alexander McLean, Esq., George Neilson, Esq John F.ton, 
S; Andrew Drummond, Esq., Hugh Allan Esq.. John C..m on 
Esq. William Ireland. Esq., Kingston (secretary). John Counack, 

^^1S^:St:Scations regarding tho Unvversity should I. 
addressed to the Chairman or Secretary of the Board of Irustoes. 



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KINGSTON CITY. 



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All commuuicationa regrirding matters contained in tho calendar, 
sbould be addressed to the Ecgiatrar (Professor Murray). 

Coi.LEQE AND Cthammae ScHooi. — The College Preparatory 
School and tlio'Kiugaton County Qrammar School are now united, 
and affiliated to the University. Winter Term begins on tho 7th of 
January, the Spring Term ou the first Wednesday after Easter, the 
Summer Term ou t!io second Monday of August, and tho Autumn 
Term on tho Monday after the 15th of October. Teachers — Samuel 
Woods, B.A., classical and French master ; Thomas Gordon, mathe- 
matical master ; W. M. Nichols, English master ; Mr. Light, drawing 
master. 

Regiopolis College. — ^Very Eev. Angus McDonell, D.D., pre- 
sident and professor of theology ; Eev. J. O'Brien, M.A., director 
of studies and professor of rhetoric; Eev. Damaso Matte, M.A., 
professor of philosophy and mathematica; Eev. J. J. Swift, belles 
letters ; Edward MclManus, professor of Latin and Greek ; Michael 
O'lvcauc, professor of Latin ; Francis Leonard, professor of English ; 
D. Archambeault, professor of French ; Mr. Fleck, professor of 
music. 

Fj:siALn Academy. — Bagot, cor. Johnson Street. — Under tho 
Ladies of the Congregation of our Lady. Sister St. Frances, supe- 
rioress. Xiimber of pupils in select school, 120. Free School, con- 
ducted by the same Sisters — number of pupils, 312. 

Christian BnoTnEns Sepahate Soiiool. — Clergy Street, oppo- 
sito tho l{omau Catholic Cathedral. — Under tho charge of Brother 
Arnold of Jesus, director. Number of pupils, 350. 

CoiiMNON SouooLS. — Johnsott Street. — Teachers — Alfred A. ■ 
Clark, Wm. Tandy, Alfred Bouny, Miss Shcnick, Itlisa Jauo Hood, 
Miss Ward. 

Wellington Street. — Teachers — James Scott, Miss J. Carnohan, 
Miss Anuio O'Loughlin, Miss Annie Thompson, Miss M, Barclay. 

PrUesss Street. — Teachers — Miss Maria J. Graham, Misa M. 
Bibby. 

Queen Street. — Teachers — Thomas C. Wilson, Misa A. B. Crans- 
ton. Miss E. G. Hose, Miss ]\r. J. Bibby, Miss Greenwood. 

Clarhsville School. — Teacher — Miss Fauny Cranston. 

TVilUamsville School. — Tcacliers — 

liailwai/ Depot School. — Teacher — Misa Woolard. 



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HOSPITALS AND ASYLUMS. 



TtoOBTOK HosPiTAL.-Situatcd OU Stuart. corner of George 
kl,Upni*k, Job. W"*- "; r~ .» ~2l., Eictarf >. 

""^:;L D™7Hr.Lt._s»™..d .» B„u a»..-(B»d. or 

JC.S.tL..u»o.;j^,;w«2^f4tor.t'r. 

""o™- A.„» (E. CJ-In ....»«.o -ift ft. How Di™, 
,„aund»lk.lir.oUonotll....moco»,o«mly. 

K,»o;,o, o.»...- i.o..-y»., --;;£^^^^^^^^^ 

Bisters. Builb of atone m 18G2, "^ « °s\o ^^^^^^_ 

,idea for about 15 orpRan boys, and abou. 10 agca a i 

P^oviBEKC. On.u.. AB.L.H.--S.tuatc on M nUeal, cori^ ^^^ 

" Xs. o. iNOUSTav.-North side Earl Street, cor. Gordon. 



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KINGSTON CITY. 



1. Visiting Directors for the week fr, i,„ 
institutiou. "" '° ''"^e ^Pecml charge of the 

i-or payment of the board of sueh .^ rJ ' ". '' P™''^'°° '^ ™»d» 
Destitute travellers requiring atvt" • '^ "'' °' *' P" -■«»=• 
the foregoing rule. ^ ^ ^ °' '''° ' "^"Se are exeeptions to 

^•. Tickets for admission uot receiver) nt.l, ■ .-. • ' 

>n .vinter, and 7 P.M. i„ summer '"stitution after 5 P.M. 

Finance Committee._Joh„ Cr^nT ?,? "'' °^ ^'""^^""^ 

nudston. Regular meet! o^t f S" ^''TV'''- ^°'S^>*' ^-»- 
Tuesday in every month, at U r o' LTi M i'':^^^"""' '"' V 
chamber. The institution is open L the n!i 1 r " "'^ ""^'^ 
d«y,f.om 10, A.M., to 4 P M S T n '^ for visitation ev^Tr 

:Zr' Robert Beattie, ^upcrin^nd^^r^l^s'l^-rZ^ 

LcJeS! M.^rBr/r^-n'^'^'"' Superinten'del. J. P. 
Coverdale. Chief kfe;::Mi7co»:"™'"°"' ' ^^^•^''"'' ^^"^ 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



MASONIC. 

2ud Captain ; V. E. LV ro t d i'" '" " ""- "^^ ^"^"^ 

G«skin, treasurer; K Fralo' ^ouIk '"'"''" '' ^'''"^^ Robert 
K=oi, expert; Pratro J AW ; <'™°">-«r ' l^ratro G. V. 

Blandard beards ;Tratro' H T^ T T' ^^"■'' ^""- ^art.ott. 

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Ahoient FnosuiTAC CnAiTUB. No. 1.— R. E. Comp. D. Fowler 
Z,: V. E. Comp. A. S. Kirkpatrict. H.j E. Comp. G. M. Wilkinson! 
J.; E. E. Comp. C. D. McDonnell, P. Z.; Comp. AV. P. Phillips S 
E.; Comp. David Eraser, S. M.; V. E. Comp. E. H. Parker trea- 
surer ; Comp. William Summerville. P. S.; Comp. Wra. MoCadden 
S, S.; Comp. E. M. Horsey. I. S.; Comp. Thomas Graham, ianitor'. 
Kegulnr meeting, third Tuesday in every month. 

CiTABAQDi CnAPTEn. No. 12.-E. E. Comp. Henry Dumble Z • 
V. E. Comp. S. H. Blondheim, H.; V. E. Comp. John V. Noel J ■ 
R. E. Comp. Dr. Barker, P. Z.; Comp. John N. Glidden, S. B ■' 
Comp. J. J. Whitehead, S. M.; Comp. William McCaddec' P. S • 
Comp. Eobert Hendry, juu., S. S.; Comp. D. McDonald, I. S • 
. Comp. Thomas Graham, janitor. Regular meetings, second Monday 
m February, May, August, and November. 

Cataraqui Lodge, No. 92.-W. Br. Benjamin Stacy. W. M- 
Br. Henry Durable, P.M ; Br. Henry Meadows, S. W.- Br Eobert 
Hendry, jun., J. W.; Br. Rev. A. Mulkens, chaplain ; Br. John V 
Noel, trfusurer . Br. John N. Glidden, secretary ; Br. T A Mulkena 
S. D.; Br. ]{. C. Benedict, J. D.; Br. Alfred Finnemore, D. of C • 
Br. William McCaddan, I. G.; Br. James J. Whitehead and Br. c! 
D. McDonald, stewards ; Br. Thomas Graliam, tyler. 

St. John's Lodge, No. 3.-V. W. Bro. Alex. S. Kirknitrick 
W. M.; E. W. Br. G. F. LaSerre, P. M.; Br. E. 0. BowerS: 
lain ; Br. P. Geraghty, S. W.; Br. W. P. Phillips, J. W.; Br. II C 
Voigt, secretary ; Br. E. 11. Wo.lsh, treasurer ; Br. E. M. Horsev] 
S. D.; Br. H. Ferguson, J. D.; Br. E. Hardiuge, D. of C- Br T d' 
Taylor, I. G.; Br. B. Gaskin and Br. G. J. King, stewards • Br' 
Thomas Gralmm, tyler. Regular meetings, first Thursday in overv 
month. ■" 



Loyal Kingston Union. Lodoe Independent Oedeb of Odd 
Fellows.— Officers : Edward Woollard, N.G. ; James Allan, V.G ■ 
Edward Horsey, Secretary ; Nicholas Hugo, Trcnsrrcr ■ J C Wil' 
son P.O.L. Tho Lodge meets fortnightly, on Wc.uosday evenin-, 
iQ the Temperanco Hall, Princess Street. 



Gband Division Obdeb of Sons op Temperance, C. W.— 
Incorporated by Act of Provincial Parliament. Officers' for 18G5 : 



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Ee7. W. Perrittc, G.W.P., Palermo ; W. H. Orr, G.TV.A., OsLnwn; 
EdwnrdStcacy, G-. Scribe, Kingston; S. "VV. Sliarrard, ©.Treasurer, 
Pickering; Kov, J. S. SToumiuis, O. Clia^ilniu, Morrisbut'jj ; Jninoa 
Edwards, O.C., Barrio ; Jobu Terry, G.T., Sbarou ; Eov. AV. Eowe, 
P.G.AV.P., Toronto. 

WiLLIAlISTILLE DIVISION SoNS 01' TeMPEEANOE, No. 322. — 

B. Tandy, W.P. ; H. Schroder, W.A. ; U. Tandy, jun., R.S. ; John 
Scliroder, A.E.S. ; A. A. Clerlte, F.S. ; G. Smallridgo, Treasurer; 
D. Hersey, sen., Chaplain ; Charles Mclutyre, 0. ; T. T^. Hersey, 
A.C.; J.Leo, I.S.; \V. P. Hodges, O.S. ; G. W. Andrews, P.W.P.; 
G. AV". Andrews, D.G.W.P. Meet every Thursday evening in Sons 
of Temperance Hall, Princess Street. 

KiNaaioN MKonANios' Division Sons of Tempeeancb, No. 874, 
—J. a. Burke, W.P. ; J. Johnson, ^V.X. ; E. 0. Benedict. E.S. ; 
James AVadaworth, A. E.S. ; D. Gardin, F.S. ; AV. Bennett, Trea- 
surer ; Eev. E. S. Howard, Chaplain ; O. Jones, C. ; J. Jones, A.C.; 
AV. Newton, I.S. ; AV. McKossie, 0.3. ; Rev. AV. Herridge, P.AV.P. ; 
John Jones, D.G.AV.P. 



RELIGIOUS SOCIETIES. ^ V-- 

Kingston Bible Society. — Annual Meeting third Tuesday is 
January. Tho Committee meet on the second Monday of each 
month at 4 p.m., and oftoner, as business may require. OiEcera 
Thomas Kirkpatrick, President; Eev. E. V. Rogers, M.A., and _ 
Thomas Hcudry, Vice-Presidents ; John Paton, Treasurer ; Dr. Mair,. 
Corresponding Secretary ; Dr. Skinner, Recording Secretary ; Ed- 
ward Steaeey, Depository ; AVilliam Ferguson and Qeorgo Hardy, 
Honorary Members. Committee : Ministers of the Gospel who. 
are members of the Society, and B. M. Britton, George Chaffey, 
H. Cunningham, John Kerr, R. Matthews, Thomas Masson, George 
Robertson, Col. Burrowcs, R. A., Samuel Cbown, G. Davis, AV. P. 
Lacoy, James McNee, John JIurdoch, M. Sweetman, R. J. Cart^ 
Wright, M.P.P., John Creighton, Thomas Dredge, Dr. LavelJ, N. 
McLeod, John Noon, 

Kingston Avsiliaet Tuact Societt. — Officers : Rov. R. V.. 
Rogers, A.M., President ; AVilliam Ferguson, Treasurer ; Rev. K. M. 
Fenwick, Corresponding Secretary ; Dr. Mair, Recording Secretary^ 



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Committco : ^Ministers of tho Gospel, resident in tho CKy, \vhr. 
qualify, with Thomas Kirkpatrick, EJwIu Chown, Thomas Masaou, 
AVilliam Massio, Noil McLood, Jobu Patou, Samuol G aw, Robert 
lilcCammon, J. E. Clark, AV. G. Shaw, George Femvick, JamoB 
McNee, A. Ross, Col. Burrowes, R.A., with power to add to their 
number. 

Young Men's Christian Association. — In connection with the 
Church of England and Ireland. Officers, 18C5: Rev. J. Travcrs 
Lewis, D.D., Bishop of Ontario, patron ; Eev. Dean of Kingston, 
president ; AV. Sawyer, D. Kemp, vice-presidents ; A. Abbott, secre- 
tary and treasurer. Committee — AV'. Kirk, J. Scott, James Rose, A. 
Abbott, T. AVilson, in conjunction with all officers of the association. 
The association meets fortnightly on Tuesday evenings, in St. George's 
church schoolroom. 

TouNO Mens' Chiiistian Association or St.Asdbew's Onuncn. 
— Meet every third Friday in each month during tho winter in the 
Senate Room, Queen's University, for the reading and criticism of 
Essays, and transaction of business. A public lecture is delivered 
before the Association in St. Andrew's Church on the first Friday 
of every month during the winter. Officers : Rev. AVilliam M. 
Inglis, President ; Rev. AVilliam Bell, and John Paton, A'ice- Presi- 
dents ; James F. Ferguson, Treasurer ; AVm. B. Ferguson, Secretary. 

CnABiiABLE Committee of St. ANnnaw's Society. — AV. R. 
McRae, Thomas Drummond, AVilliam Scott, H. McNeil, J. Car- 
ruthers, J. Henderson, John Eraser, H. C. Miller, and AVilliam 
Monroe. 

AVesleyan LiTEnABY Ass'ociATioN. — Instituted 1857. The sea- 
son for the active operations of this association extends from 1st 
October to Ist May in the year succeeding. The regular public 
meetings are held on the first Monday in every month, the inter- 
vening Monday evenings being set apart for the less public escrciaes 
of debating, &c. One, and sometimes two, or more, public lecture* 
aro delivered monthly, under the auspices of the society, by eminent 
speakers of tho two Provinces and tho United States. The library, 
to which all members have access, and which consists of nearly five 
hundred select works, is open every Tuesday evening at the vestry 
of tho Sydenham Street AVesleyan Church. Officers : Rev. John 
Qemley, President; Rev. J. B. Clarkson, Ist Vice-President; M. 



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■Sweetman, 2ud Vice-President ; "W. Tandy, jun., Secretary ; Jolm 
Skinner, Treasurer ; W. Warreu, Librarian. Executive Committee : 
B. M. Britten, B.A., E. McDonald, Joseph Skinner, M. McDonald, 
Jolm Johnston, James Moore, T. Eudd, J. N. Glidden, and John 
Mclntyre, B.A. 



CIIUECHES. 

English Cnnnon. — St. G.eorge'a Cathedral, King Street. — Very 
Eev. Dean Lyster, LL.D., Bector; Miss Callagan, Organist. 

St. Paul's Church, Queen Street. — Eev. J. A. Mulock, Sector ; 
Mrs. E. Paruell, Organist. 

St. James' Church, Union Street. — Eev. E. E. Eogers, Eector j 
Mrs. Hartly, Organist. 

St. Mark's Church, Barriefield. — Eev. E. C. Bower, Rector. 

St. John's Church, Portsmouth. — Eev. p "W". Dohbs, Eector. 

EoiTAN Catholic Cnuncu. — Cathedral of the Iiiimnculato Con- 
ception, Johnson Street. — Eight Eev. E. J. Iloran, Bishop ; Very 
Eev. P. DoUard, P.G. ; Eevs. J. B. Couillard, James, Loncrgan, 
Peter Fitzsimmons, James A. T. Durnin, Priests. Hours of aorvice : 
High Mass, 10 a.m. ; Vespers, 3 p.m. 

Peisbyteeian CnunouES. — St. Andrew's Church, in connection 
with tio Church of Scotland, Princess Street, cor. Clergy. — E. W. 
Maxwell luglis, M.A., E.E.S.E,, Minister. 

Brock Street Church, Brock Street, near Bagot. — Eev. Andrew 
W'lson, Minister. 

Chalmer's Ereo Church, Earl Street, near Sydenham. — Eev. Patrick 
Gray, Minister. ' . 

Congregational Church, Wellington Street, cor. Johnson. — Eev. 
Kenneth M. Eeuwick, Minister. 

■I Wesletan Metuobist CnunonES. — Sydenham, cor William. — 
Eev. John Gemiey, and Eev. John B. Clarkson, B.A., Ministers. 

Also, Queen, cor Clergy. — Eev. John Gemiey, and Eev. John B. 
Clarkson, B.A., Ministers. 

Also, Ivloutreal Eoad, near Kingston Station. — Eev. John Gemiey, 
and Eev. John B. Clarkson, B.A., Ministers. 



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Also, Victoria Street, Williamsville.— Eev. John Gemiey, and Eev. 
•John B. Clarkson, B.A., Ministers. 

METUOnisT Episcopal Cunncii. — Johnson Street, near Gore. — 
•Eev. E. S. Howard, Mi"'^''^''- 

Petmitive Metuodist CuDBOn. — Brock Street, near Barrie. — 
Eev. William Uerridge, Minister. 

Baptist Cnuncu.— Johnson street, near Bagot.— Eev. Mr. Jones, 
Minister. 



NATIONAL SOCIETIES. 



1st 



St. George's Society.— S. Mucklcston, president; 

vice do.; William B. Simpson, 2nd do. do.; Wm. Eudston, treasurer; 
, secretary. Charitahlc Committee — John Wntkins, Dr. Ho- 
ratio Yates, James Linton, Samuel White, William Marlin, Edward 
Stacey. Stewards— George iM. Wilkinson, E. II. Parker, Richard 
Horsey, G. E. LaScrre. Chaplains— Rev. R. V. Rogers and Rev. 

St. Andrew's Society. — James Falconer, president ; Donald 
McKay, 1st vice-president ; Ewcu McEwen, 2nd;vicc-presidcnt ; S. 
Black, secretary and treasurer. Chaplains— Rev. W. M. Inglls and 
Rev. P. Gray. Charitable Committee— J. Falconer, J. M. Kirk. J. 
Kinnear, W. Scott, W. R.'McRae, William Lightfoot, Robert Waddell, 
D. McKay, A. McKcnzic. Quarterly meetings held in Mechanics' 
Institute building, Princess Street, on the second Thursday of the 
following months : — November, February, May, and August. 

St. Patrick's Society of Kingston.— James O'Reilly, president ; • 
Dr. O'SuUivan, vice-president; Timothy Bowes, treasurer; John 
Kelly, corresponding secretary ; 51. J. McNamnra, recording secre- 
tary ; Thomas Howliind, grand marshall. Chaplains — Very Rev. P. 
Dollard, V.G., and Rev. James Lonnergan. 



FIRE BRIGADE. 

Managing Committee. — Wm. Watson, chief engineer; George 
Kemp, 1st assistant; P. Devlin, 2nd assistant. 

No. 1 Fire Company. — Charles McSoarlcy, captain ; Hugh Smith, 

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KINGSTON CITY. 



1st lieutenant ; 



-,2nd lieutenant; Dnniel Hallinan, tecretBry ; 



Alexander Clcolari, treasurer. 

No. 3 Fire Company. — John Arthurs, captain ; Francis Foster, 
Ist lieutenant J John Bowen, 2nd lieutenant j William Drury, secre- 
tary ; Willium Wales, treasurer. 



THE PROVINCIAL PENITENTIARY 

Is situated to the west of the city of Kingstoj), just outside the city 
limits, and about a mile and u half distant from the city hall. 

To the south, the institution abuts on Lake Ontario at the embou- 
eheur of the river St. Lawrence ; to the west, on Portsmouth Bay, ari_ 
inlet of the lake which affords excellent wharfage accommodation for 
this great penal institution. 

The buildings are principally of cut atone, and the walls of high and 
solid masonry, enclosing an area of nine acres in extcut. The work- 
shops are separated from the dormitories, dining halls, chapels, female 
prisons, and w.nrdcn's residence, and form three sides of a large square. 
They are admirably constructed with large windows, which give ample 
light and excellent ventilation to the large sbo])S in which the convict 
workmen are collected. Ilerc the convicts work as blacksmiths, car- 
penters, stone-cutters, cabinet-makers, tailors, and shoemakers. In 
this latter occupation alone there are about three hundred convicts 
employed, and it is pleasant to sec the order, industry and decorum 
which pervades the whole establishment, and gratifying to know that 
those who have offended the laws are making restitution to society, 
and acquiring trades by which they may hereafter obtain honest live- 
lihoods. 

The following is a list of the principal otficci,_'^Tass(5 Ze])hraim 
Francois, Edmund A. Meredith, James Moir Ferres, and Terence J. 
O'Neil; inspectors of asylums, prisons, &c.; Donald yEneas McDonell, 
warden ; Samuel G. JIurray, deputy warden ; John R. Dickson, M.D., 
surgeon j Rev. IIannib.il Mulkins, protestant chaplain ; Rev. J. B. 
Cuuillard, acting K. C ; D. Mcintosh, clerk; A. R. McDonell, assist- 
ant clerk ; James J. Whitehead, storekeeper ; P. M. Benson, teacher, 
Edward Horsey, architect ; George Sexton, kitchen keeper ; Martha 



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Walker, matron j Miss Janet Gunn, assistant matron; Miss Mary 
Leahy, do. do.; Alex. Miy^kenzie, hospital overseer. 



NEWSPAPERS. 



^ "British American,"— Published daily, by J. W. Carman, Wel- 
lington Street, near Princess. 

The "Chroniclb and News,"— Published weekly, by John 
Rowlands, 15, Princess. 

The "Daily News."— Published by John Rowlands, 15, Princess. 
The •' British Whig."— Published daily and weekly, by Dr. Ed- 
Tvard J. Barker. Office, c.ist side Bagot, near Brock. 

The -'Canadian Churchman."— Published weekly, by John H. 
Parnell, Bagot, corner Princess. 



MILITIA. 

Kingston Military Division.— Brigade K-r.i Quarters. City of 
Kingston ; Major of Brigade, Lt. Colonel David Shaw. Force— 28 
battalions non-service militia (formerly sedentary) ; G battalions ser- 
vice militia (ballotted from non-service) ; 3 battalions volunteer rifles 
and infantry ; 1 battalion or field battery of artillery ; 3 troops of 
cavalry ; 2 naval companies ; 7 rifle and infantry companies (inde. 
pendent). 

NON-SERVICE BATTALIONS, 

1st Frontenac Battahon, Lt. Col. Corbett, commanding ; 2nd do. 
Lt. Col. Waggoner, do.; 3rd do. Lt. Col. Ferguson, M.P.P., do.; 
4th do., Lt. Col. Ilerchmer, do.; 5th do., Lt. Col. Rundall, do.; Cth 
do., Lt. Col. Spike, do. 

1st Lennox Battalion, Major Clute, commanding ; 2nd do., Lt. Col. 
Detlor, do. 

1st Addington Battalion, Major Switzer, commanding; 2nd do.. 
Major Bell, do.; 3rd do., Lt. Col. llitchins, do.; -Ith do., Lt. Col' 
Wheeler, do. 



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let Hastings Battalion, Lt. Col. Filliter, commanding ;.2nd do.,Lt. 
Col. Ketchcson, do.; 3id do., llajor Lazier, do.; 4tli do., Lt. Col. Mc- 
Cammon, do.; .'ilh do., Lt. Col. Reid,^o.; 6th do., Lt. Col. Johns, 
do.; 7lh do, Lt. Col. iMcKenzie, dn.; 8th do., Lt. Col. Hayes, do.; 
0th do., Lt. Col. Bowen, do. 

10th Battalion Belleville, Lf. Col. Bavtlet, commanding. 

llth Battalion Trenton, Lt. Col. Curaming, commanding. 

tst Battalion Prince Edward, Lt. Col. Dingraan, commanding ; 2nd 
do., Major Dempsey, do.; 3rd do., Lt. Col. Solmes, do.; 4th do., Lt. 
Col. Dougall, do.; 5th do.. Major Cadman, do. 

SERVICE BATTALIONS. 

Two Battalions county of Frontcnac (ofRcera not yet appointed). 

One " Lennox and Addingtoij do. 

Two " Hastings do. 

One " Piincc Edward do. 

Each battalion to consist of 10 companies, with the following officers ; 
1 lieutenant colonel, 2 majors, 1 adjutant, 10 captains, 10 lieutenants, 
10 ensigns. To be oihcercd by graduates of the Toronto Military 
School. 

VOLUNTEER BATTALIONS. 

14th Volunteer Rifles, Kingston — Lt. Col. David Shaw, command- 
ing ; Senior Major, John Paton ; Junior Major, T. F. Kelly: Adju- 
tant, vacaut ; Quarter Master, vacant ; Paymaster, vacant ; Surgeon, 
vacant. 

\st Company — Captain, James Minucs ; Lieutenant, B. W. Day; 
Ensign, William Forbes. 

2nd Company — Vacant. 

3rd Company — Captain, W. P. Phillips ; Lieutenant, G. Scale ; En- 
sign, J. n. Johnson. 

4th Company — Captain, John Kerr ; I.i"utcnant, H. Cunningham ; 
Ensign (vacant). '» 

5th Com.par.y — Captain McDonald ; Lieutenant, (vacant) ; Ensign, 
(vacant). 

Cth Company — Capt.aiu, D. Callaghan ; Lieutenant, Joseph Fox ; 
Ensign, (vacant). 

7th Company — Captain, J. P. Litchfield ; Lieutenant, John Craig; 
Ensign, Robert Newton. 

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15th Battalion Infantry, Belleville — Lt. Col. Campbell, command- 
ing ; Senior Major, John Sutherland ; Junior Major, R. A. Bcckct ; 
Adjutant, Captain H. Macleod ; Paymaster, (vacant); Quarter Master, 
(vacant); Surgeon, James Lister, M.D. 

1st Company — Captain, (vacant); Lieutenant, 0. C. Holton ; En- 
sign, James Thompson. 

2nd Company— Captain, W. H. Ponton ; Lieutenant, F. C. Ridley ; 

Ensign, A. Bonnycastle. 
3rd Company — Captain, (vacant); Lieutenant, M. C. Crombic ; 

Ensign, Smith Stevns. 
4th Company — Captain, (vacant^ ; Lieutenant, (vacant) ; Ensign, 

(vacant). 
5th Company — Captain, Thomas C. WallbriJge ; Lieutenant, "Wm. 

P. Dcspard ; Ensign, D. McWhirter. 
Cth Company — Captain, (vacant); Lieutenant, C. J. Starling; 

Ensign, A. Diamond. 

16th Battallion Infantry, Prince Edward— Lt. Col. Ross, M.P.P., 
commanding ; Senior Major, Thomas Bog ; Junior Major, (vacant) ; 
Adjutant, (vacant) ; Paymaster, (vacant) ; Quartermaster, (vacant) ; 
Surgeon, (vacant). 

Ist Company — Captain, Donald Eraser ; Lieutenant, C. A. Chap- 
man ; Ensign, William Booth. 
2nd Company — Captain, J. W. Langmuir ; Lieutenant, (vacant) ; 

Ensign, John Hare. 
3rd Company — Captain William Patterson ; Xieutenaut, (vacant) ; 

Ensign, (vacant). 
4th Company — Captain, E. Brady ; Lieutenant, Thos. Thureson ; 

Ensign, G. B. Johnson. 
5th Company — Captain Lake ; Lieutenant, J- Hancmon : Ensign, 
R. Ostrander. 

Cth Company — Captain, James Cook ; Lieutenant, Donald Ross, 
Ensign, (vacant). 

7th Company— Captain, J. Hallan ; Lieute--.r;t, W. MoXenzic, 

Ensign, F. White. 
Ist Battalion, or Field Battery of Artillery — Cnptaic, T'jcs. Drum- 
mond, commanding; 1st Lieutenants, A. S. Kv-xpat.'ick and Peter 



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Graham; 2nd Lieutenant, II. Wilmot ; Adjutant, Captain Ri M. 
Wilkinson ; Surgeon, H. Yates, M.D. 

CAVALRY. 

Troop of Cavalry of Loboro' — Major, Jamea Wood, commanding ; 
Lieutenant, Gilbert Wood ; Cornet, John McRory ; Adjutant, Wm. 
Caldwell j Quartermaster, A. J. Moore ; Surgeon, (vacant) ; Veteri- 
nary Surgeon, (vacant). 

Troop of Cavalry of Napance — Major, W. II. Swetman, command- 
ing; Lieutenant, C. B.Perry; Comet, M. Roblin ; Adjutant, J. 0. 
Green ; Quartermaster, B. C. Davey ; Surgeon, A. S. Bristol ; Ve- 
terinary Surgeon, E. Howard. 

Troop of Cavalry of Frontcnac — Captain, John Duff, commanding ; 
Lieutenant, (vacant) ; Cornet, George Himter ; Adjutant, (vacant) ; 
Quartermaster, James Gibson ; Surgeon, 0. S. Strange, M.D.; Ve- 
terinary Surgeon, (vacant). 

NAVAL COMPANIES. 

Kingston Naval Company — Captain, (vacant) ; Lieutenant, P. G. 
Chrysler ; 2iid Lieutenant, (vacant). 

Garden Island Naval Company — Captain, Henry Roney ; lat Lieu- 
tenant, A. Malonc ; 2nd Lieutenant, Wm, Marshall. 

INDEPENDENT RIFLE COMPANIES. 

Belleville Rifle Company, Belleville — Major, C. C. Levesconte i 
Lieutenant, J. Brov.'n ; Ensign, MclCcnzie Bowcil; Quartermaster, 
A. J. Pctric ; Surgeon, C. N. liidley. 

1st Storrington Rifles, MiUburn — Captain, Uerclimer Hamilton ; 
Lieutenant, Christopher Longwith ; Ensign, AVilliam Shannon. 

2nd Storrington Rifles. Invcrary — Captain, Hugh Spring; Lieu- 
tenant, James Daly ; Ensign, George Campbell. 

INDEPENDrNT INFANTRY COMPANIES. 

Ameliasburgh Infantry Company, Red ■svillc — Captain, William 
Anderson ; Lieutenant, W. R. Dempscy ;^nn3ign, James Anderson. 

Ameliasburgh Infantry Company, Roblin — Captain, Thos. Lander; 
Lieutenant, N. A. Peterson ; Ensign, R. Ilenescy. 

1st Infantry Company, Napanee — Captain, W. V. Dctlor ; Lieuten- 
ant, J. T. Grange ; Ensign, (vacant). 

2nd Infantry Company, Napance — Captain, William Miller ; Lieu- 
tenant, W. H. Wilkinson ; Ensign, J. Perry. 



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ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



ABBBSViATiONa D3ED IN Tms WoBi. — Ab cbovt 1 &\ alley ; Asst assistant ; av 
avenue; hiaboarda; cor comer; prop proprietor ; do same place or same street ; 
hfoot; G.W.R. Great Western Railway; G.T.R. Grand Trunk Railway; bet 
between; n b Kortk Side ; 8s South Side ; ea£ast Side; wfl West Side; hAous«; 
Hlane; mVt market ; nr star; opf opposite ; r rear ; viii widow. 



Abbott, A. salesman, bds Brock, nr King 

Abbott, John P. h Park, WilliarasviUe 

Abernethy, Alexander, h Johnson, nr Wellington. 

Abernethy, Alexander, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Abernethy, James, h Ordnance, nr Clergy 

Aberuethy.'John, finisher, Canadian Engine and Jfacbinery Co. 

Abernethy, Thomas, blacksmith, bds Ridcuu, nr Bond Head 

Abernethy, William, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Abraham, James, care taker, Mechanics' Institute, Princess, h same 

Acton, .Joseph, baker. Princess, Williamsville, h same 

Adair, Alexander, grocer, Barrie, cor William, h same 

Adam, John M. accountant. Bank British North America, h Crimean 

Terrace, Queen, cor Sydenham 
Adams, Alfred S. photographer, Clarence, cor Wellington, h 45 Brock 
Adams, Edward, finisher, Kingston Foundry. 
Adams, George, carpenter, h Ordnance, nr Barrie 
Adams, Henry, laborer, h Queen, bet Barrie and Division 
Adams, James, shoemaker, bds King, nr Barrack 
Adams, John M. accountant. Bank British North America, h Queen, 

nr Sydenh.im ^ 

Adams, Richard, carpenter, li EUice, nr Upper Bagot 
Adams, William, boot and shoe store and dcah.-r, 20 Brock, bet King 

ahd Wellington, h same 
Adlarn, James, sailor, h B.iv, nr Bond Head 
^TNA FIRE AND M.VRINE INSURANCE CO. (Hartford), 

James Swift, Agent, ft of Johnson 
Aggar, Charles, shoemaker, h Wellington, cor Barrack 
Aguew, James, barrister and city solicitor, 4 Anchor Buildings, h 82 

Johnson 



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ALPHABETICAL DinECTOUY. 



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Agiiew, Mrs. Rlnry (wid Robert) h head of William 

Aiken, Mnses, laborer, h Union, nr Ontario 

Ainslie, William, ship carpenter, h Centre, bet Barrie and Gordon 

Alderdicc, John, shoemaker, li William, nr Borne 

Alexander, David, assessor, h Johnson, nr Barrie 

Alexander, Thomas, student, li Johnson, nr Barrio 

Allane, Michael, ship carpenter, h ft of Bay 

Allen, !Mr3. Eliza (wid William) h Clergy, nr Colbornc 

Allen, Mrs. Emma (wid Charles) h Colbornc, nr Clergy 

Allen, John, laborer, h Patrick, nr Balaclava 

Alien, Paul. laborer, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 

ALLEN, SILAS, hair dresser and dealer in fancy goods, Wellington^ 

ur Princess, b Bagot nr Brock (see card, p. 28) 
Allen, AVilliam, boot and shoemaker, 102 tirock, nr King, h same 
Alien, William, tinsmith, Wellington, nr Princess, h same 
Ambsler, Charles, piano maker, bds Princess, nr Clergy 
AMERICAN HOTEL, Henry Martin proprietor, IGl Princess 
Ames, Henry, tailor, h Patrick, nr Balaclava 
Arnew, Mrs. Margaret (wid Duncan) h Plum, nr Patrick 
Anderson, Mrs. Ann Janu (uid John) h Ordni\ncc, nr Montreal 
Anderson, Charles, piano maker, J. C. Fox, bds Princess, nr Scotch' 

Churcli 
Anderson, Daniel, mason, h Colborne, bet Upper Bagot and Division 
Anderson, David, baker, Ontario, nr Princess, h same 
Anderson, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, h Queen, nr Barrie 
Anderson, George (Anderson & Ford) h Earl, nr King 
Anderson, George, sailor, h Wellington, nr Queen 
Anderson, George, h Sydenham, nr Princess 
Anderson, Mrs. Jane (wid Edward) h Yonge, nr Barrie 
Anderson, John, laborer, h Ontario, nr Gore 
Anderson, Michael, laborer, h Upper Bagot, nr Anne 
Anderson, Itobcvt, ship carpenter, h Barrie, bet Bagot and King 
Anderson, Thomas, waiter, British Americn Hotel, bds same 
Anderson, William, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Anderson, AVilliam, laborer, h nr head of William 
Anderson & Ford (George Anderson am ,tobt. M. Ford) wharfingers,- 

..forwarders, insurance and conunissioii .agents, U. S. Wharf. 
Atij^m, Mrs C. milliner, Wellington, nr Brock, h same 
Angliu, Robert D. book-keeper, E. Wihnot & Co. h Wesley Terrace 
Anglin, William, chauiberlnin, ofliec, City Buildings, h Johnson, nr 

Barrie ' 

Anglin, William, city treasurer, h Johnson, bet Barrie and Clergy 
Anglo-American Hotel, Mrs. Milsap, prop, Ontario, cor Johnson 
Angrove, John P. ship carpenter, bds Gore cor Bagot 
Angrove, William, sailor, h Gore, cor Bagot ' 

Andrew, James, carpenter, h Queen, nr Montreal 



Andrews, George, butcher, Kingston market, h Bath Road 

Andrews, George AV. tailor, Princess, nr Sydenham, h same 

Andrews, Henry, butcher, Kingston market, li Bath Road 

Andrian, Henry, confectioner, Princess, nr Clergy 

Annctt, John, machinist, Victoria Iron AVorks, h Bay 

Appleton, John, carriagesmith, h Albert 

Appletou, John, blacksmith, h York, nr Stuart 

Armstrong, E. carriage builder, 02 Princess, h Napancc 

Armstrong, J. F. captain. Royal Canadian Rifles, h Barrie, nr Princess 

Armstrong, John, carriage maker, h Stuart, nr First 

Armstrong, Mrs. h Queen, nr King 

Armstrong, Sidney, clerk, J. M. Millar, h Rideau 

Armstrong, William, laborer, h Yonge nr Barrie 

Armstrong, AVilliam U. accountant, Bank of Upper Canada, h Rideau, 

cor Ordnance 
Arniel, Samuel, sailor, h Yonge, nr Barrie 
Arnicl, Thomas, carpenter, h Colborne, nr Division 
Arniel, AVilliam, tailor, h Colborne, nr Division 
Aruott, Archibald James, ensign. Royal Canadian Rifles, h Queen, nr 

Barrie 
Arthurs, James, cabinet maker, h Queen, bet Barrie aud Division 
Arthurs, John, tailor, h Brock, nr Barrie 
Arundcll, Thomas, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Asel, Annis, carpehter, h Colborne, bet Division and Upper Bagot 
Ashley, John, asst caretaker Court House, h same 
Ashley, William, caretaker. Court House, h same 
Askew, Mrs. Ann (wid Thomas) h 87 Johnson 
Asselstinc, Benjamin, patternmaker, h fi9 Johnson 
Asselstine Henry, carpenter, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Asselstinc, Isaac, carpenter, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Asselstine, Leonard, carpenter, h Gordon, lur AVilliam 
Asselstine, Richard, carpenter, h Division, nr Brock 
ASTON, JOHN C. prop City Inn, G Brock, bet Ontario and King 
Atkins, John, shoemaker, h Jenkin's Lane, nr Stuart 
Atkins, William, guard, Proviucial Penitentiary • 
Auban, AVilliam, cabman, h 100 Princess 

Backus, Mrs. Jane, boarding house. Princess, nr Clergy • 
Backus, Thomas, salesman, bds Beverley, north of King 
Backus, AVilliam, shoemaker, h Beverley, nr King 
Bagger, John, painter, bds 207 Princess 
Bailey, Benjamin, brewer, li Division, nr Plum 

Bailey, Benjamin, broom manufacturer. Princess, nr Gordon, h Divi- 
sion, nr the Parsonage 



KINGSTON CITY 



;ailey, Thomas, laborer, h William, iir Barrle 

lailey, William, broom maker, li Stuart, nr Princfss 

lallic, Isaac, foreman Daily News, h George, nr O'Kill 

lailie, Ileury M. printer. Daily News, h George, nr O'Kill 

lailie, Ilugli, shoemaker, h Jcnkin'a Lane, nr Division 

lailie, William, printer, h Union, nr Arch 

lain, George, sailor, bils Barrie, nr King 

laird, Robert, sawyer, h Bagot, cor EUice 

lAJUS, JACOB, prop Kingston Brewery, head of Wellington, h 

'2a Rideau 
lajus, Peter, maltster, Kingston Brewery, h opp the Brewery 
lajus, Philip, shoemaker, h Wellington, nr Kingston Brewery 
lajus, Philip, witli Jacob Bajus, h 2S Rideau 
laker, James, grocer, King, opp the market, h same 
laker, Thomas, h King, opp the market 
laker, Philip, piauo fovtc maker, li Rideau, nr Barrack 
lall, Sauiuel, clerk, bds under the grammar school, Clergy 
tail, Samuel, laborer, h Centre, nr Barrie 

lall, Samuel, slorcman, Victoria Iron Works, h Barrie, cor William 
lamford, Alexander, ticket agent, G.T.R. Ontario, next Burnett Uouse, 

h Johnson, nr Bagot 
landen, Georie, printer, British Wlii(j, bds Gore cor Wellington 
lANK OF BRITISH NORTH AMERICA, James Riddell, mana- 
ger. City Buildings, Ontario 
lANK OF iMONTRKAL, P. P. Harris, manager. King, cor William 
lANK OF UPPER CANADA, W. G. Hinds, manager," King, bet 

Princess and Queen 
lannisler, Edward, keeper, Provincial Penitentiary 
larclny, Mrs. Annie (wid Robert) h First, nr Stuart 
•arclay. Miss Margaretta, asst teacher, Wellington Street School, bds 

Second ' 

ARKEH, DR. EDWARD JG. N, editor and prop British Whig, 

Bagot, nr Brock, h Pittsburgh 
arkcr, Robert JI. clerk, P.O. Inspector's Oflice, h out of city 
arlow, Thomas, finisher, Canadiau Engine and Machinery Co. 
arues, George, office keeper, Comnicrciiil Bank, h William, opp the 

Bank 
arnes, George, tailor, h Ordnance, nr Sydenham 
arnes, John, laborer, h Queen, bet Barrie and Division 
irnes, John, laborer, h r Crock 
irues, John J. steward, h King, nr Queen 
irnett, Mrs. Abigail (wid James) li Ontario, nr Gore 
irriger, James, sailor, li Upper Bagot, nr Ellice 
irron, George, engineer, h Union, nr Ontario 
.irron, Richard, mason, h William, nr Bagot 
.irry, James, laborer, h Queen, nr Wellington 



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Barton, John, carpenter, h Clergy nr Picard ,,. , ■ 

Bartrim, John, boot and shoemaker, Brock, nr Welhngton, h same 
Bastow, Jeremiah, town major's office, h Clergy, bet Ordnance and 

Colborne 
Bastow, Jeremiah, plumber, bds Clergy, nr Ordnance 
Bate, Daniel, porter, bds Wellington, nr Queen 
Bates, Mrs. Anne, seamstress, h Wellington, nr Prmcess 
Bates, Peter, clerk, Chown & Cunningham, h Second, nr Stuart 
Baxter, George, secretary and treasurer, Kingston P. B. Society, 

Ontario, nr Burnett House, h Pittsburgh Township 
Beach, David, editor British Americatx, h Brock, nr Barrie 
Beafort, Edward L. saloon keeper, Kingston station, h near Kingston 

station 
Beaton, William, laborer, h King, nr Place d Arme3 , . ,, 

Beattie, Charles, messenger. Bank of British North America, h in the 

Bank 
Beattie, Robert, h Centre, near Gordon 
Beattie, Mrs. Robert, matron. House of Industry, Earl, cor Gordon, 

h same , ,, , • ,-< 

Beatty, Charles, moulder, Canadian Engine and Maclnuery Uo. 
Beattv, John, boiler maker, Canadiau Engine and Machinery Co. 
Beatty, John, teamster, U King, nr O'Kill 
Beaty, Charles, l.iborer, h Wade's Lane, nr Union 
Bcaupre, Rumy, prop Farmer's Inn, Brock, bet Ontario and King 
Becker, Christian, varnisher, J. C. Fox, h Palace 
Becker, Philip, varnisher, J. 0. Fox, h Montreal Road . 

Beel James, overseer, Provincial Penitentiary, h Wellmgtou, nr Prin- 

Begg, Alexander, sailor h Union, nr King 

Begg, George, baker, bds William, bet Wellington and King 

Bcc-g, Thomas, clerk, 9 Princess, bds same. 

Beg|, William, (W. R. McRae & Co.) bds West, cor King 

Behaii, John, laborer, h r Brock 

Belanger, Uiliarc, painter, h Colborne, nr Barrie 

Bell, Alexander, medical student, bds Bcnie, nr Centre ^ 

Bell, James, bds Barrie, nr Centre , .,, , r^ 

Bell, Robert, C E. professor. Queen's College, h Earl, nr <- ngy 

Bell, Robert, policeman, h Clergy, nr Picard 

Bell, William, blacksmith, h Barrie, nr Uniou 

Benedict, 11. C. book and job prinlcr, Anchor Buildings, King, cor 

Brock, h Princess, nr Barrie 
Benn, John A. merchant tailor and clothier, 24 Brock, h same 
Bennett, Miss Ellen, dressmaker, h York 
Bennett, George, rope maker, bds Gordon, nr Johnson 
Bennett, Ilcnry, shoemaker, h York nr Carlisle 
Bennett, James, policeman, h John, nr Montreal 



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Bennett, William, carter, li Gordon, nr "Whliam 

Bennett, William, rope maker, bds Gordon, nr Johnson 

Benson, ratrlck M. teacher. Provincial Penitentiary 

Benson, Miss Sarah, h Barrack, cor llideau _ „.,, , , v i 

Bentley, Joseph, finisher, Ontario Foundry, h 8 Gddersleeve B Yard, 

Johnson 
Berkeley, George, .Royal Engineers, Barrack, nr Ontario 
Bermingham, James, grocer. King, opp Market, h Welhngton 
Bernard, E. A. salesman, bds British Empire Untel 
Berry, Edward, (E. Berry <fe Co.) h King, bet Union and West 
Berry, John, quarryman, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Berry, E. & Co. general merchants, ship owners and ship builders, 

Queen, cor Ontario ; ship yard, Portsmouth, nr Kingston 
Bewden, Mrs. Eliza (wid William) h Gore, cor Wellington 
Bewden, Henry, carpenter, bds Gore, cor Wellington 
Bewden, Joseph R. bds Gore, cor Wellington 
Bewden, WilUiam George, printer, bds Gore, cor Wellington 
Bibbv, James, book-keeper, h Brock, bet Clergy and Bagot 
Bibby, Miss Mary Jane, teacher. Queen Street Scl-.ool, bds Brock, bet 

Bagot and Clierry 
Bibby, Mrs. (wid James) h 40 Brock 

Bigham, John, medical student, bds Princess, cor Montreal . 
Bilton, Andrew, sailor, bds Gore, ur Wellington 
Birch, George, cnrpcutor, h Chailcs, bet Patrick and Montreal 
Birch! Samuel, (McKelvey & Birch) h Charles 
Bissouctte, Dominic, ship carpenter, h Deacon, nr Arcli 
Black, David, grocer, Kinc;, nr Princess, h same 
Black, Mrs. Janet (wid William) 1. King, nr Princess 
Black, Richard, pensioner, bds King, nr Barrack 
BLA( K, SAMUEL, iiiailo forte and music dealer. Princess, nr Wel- 
lington, bds King, bet Princess and Brock (see card, p. 28) 
Blacklock, Hubert, blacksmith, bds RiJeau, nr Bond Head 
Blacklock, Thomas, carriage builder, h RiJeau, nr Ordnance 
Blair, John, tailor, W. J. Percy, bds City Inn, Brock 
Blake, Airs. Ellen (wid Thomas) h Union, cor Ontario 
Blake! James, sailor, h Union, cor Ontario ^ 

Blake, William, piano forte maker, h Division, cor Dunns Lane 
Bl.akeley, David, cabinet maker, bds Sydenham, nr Princess 
Blakelev, Travcr, sailor, bds Earl, nr Bagot 
BLONDIIEIM, S. II. saloon, restaurant, and dealer m oystcta imd 

tish, 1 U) and 112 Brock, h same 
Boakes, William, laborer, h King, bet Barrack and Queen 
Boisselle, Oliver, tailor, W. J. Percy, bds 44 Brock 
Bond, Luke, laborer, h 01 Johnson 
Bone, John, laborer, h Stuart, cor Fifth 
Bonny, Alfred, teacher, Johnson Street School, h Bagot nr Johnson 



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KINGSTON CITY 



Bonny cnstle, Lady Frances (wid Sir Richard), b 90 Johnson, nrBsgct 

Bonter, F. P. II. bds Anglo American Hotel 

Booth, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Barrie, nr Union 

Booth, George, laborer, h Union, nr Arch 

Booth, John, laborer, bds King, nr Barrack 

Bostrcdge, Thomas, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 

Bothwell, James, sailor, bds Ontario, cor Johnson 

Boucher, Paul, laborer, h foot Bay 

Bo'j<»et, Louis, ship carpenter, h Wellington, nr Barrack 

Boulton, Bichard, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Bond Head 

Bourchier, Mrs. Phinket (wid Col. Bourchier), h 1 Wellington ter- 
race, nr Ordnance 

Bourne, John C. carter, h Balaclava, nr Patrick 

Bowels, Alex, laborer, h Patrickl nr Balaclava 

Bowen, Mrs. Mary, (wid Geo. II.) tavernkeepcr, King, nr Barrack, It 
same 

BCWEN, CAPT. WILLIAM, forwarding and shipping merchant. And 
steamboat owner, It Johnson, St. Lawrence wbf, h King, opp the 
Park 

Bowes, Timothy, boot and shoemaker. Brock, nr Wellington, h samt 

Bowman, .S. salcsnian, S. Obciulorffer, bds Princess, nr Bagot 

Boyce, James, piano maker, bds 207 Princess 

Boyce, John, carpenter, bds Queen, cor. King 

Boyce, L. B. h .-er, li Bay, nr liideau 

Boyd. John, calT^r, h Barric, near Picard 

Boyd, John, sailor, h Kintr, nr Johnson 

Boyd, Mrs. Sarah, (wid J.imes), h William, nr Barrie 

Boydcn, Edw., clerk, 4!) Princess, h Picard, bet Patrick and Moutrcat 

Boyer, Miss Charlotte, bis Ontario, nr West 

Boyer, Miss Fanny, private school, Ontario, nr West, bds same 

Boyle, Edmund, h King, nr Eiirl 

Boyle, John, clerk, bds with John Smith, bead of Princess 

Boyle, Thomas, laborer, h York, nr Barrie . 

Bradley, Thomas, laborer, h Sydeuham, nr Picard 

Eradshaw, Gcoicc, storeinao, h Bagot, bet Earl and William. 

Brady, John, lockmaster, h Durham, WiUiamsville. 

Branie, Henry, cabinet maker, undertaker, and upholsterer, C5 Princc!»» 
h same 

Brand, (Jeorgc, general broker, market building, h Ridcau nr Queen 

Brand, George, clerk, h Itidcau, nr Ordnance 

Branlff, Hugh, laborer, h Kideau, nr Bay 

Branin-an, Denis, saddle and harness maker, 151 Princess, h same- 

Branijan, John, grocer, MoiUroal, nr Picard, h same 

Bnisn'ain, Morris, laborer, h Yonge, nr Barrie 

Brawster, William, contractor, h North, nr Rideau 

Breck, I. A. (Calvin & Breck), h Garden Island 



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Breden, John, h Beverley, bet King and Umon 
Breen, Maurice, laborer, h Queen, nr Bagot 

Breen, Patrick, guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h Johnson, nr Bagot 

Brennan, Jeffrey, laborer, h Rideau, nr Bay 

Brennan, Matthew, weaver, h tt Bay 

Brennan, Michael, painter, b Brock, nr Barrie 

Brent 0. J. book-keeper. Bank U. C. bds Ontario, nr West 

Brickwood, Philip, laborer, b Durham, WdliamsviUe 

Brick, Brian, laborer, h Bagot, nr Williani 

Bridger, Miss Jane, h Queen, nr Montreal 

Briecs, Nicholas, moulder, b Division, nr Plum 

BRIGGS, THOMAS, manager, Frontenac Loan and Investment bo- 
ciety and agent for the London and Liverpool, and Globe Fire 
and Life Insurance Co., and the Britannia Life Assurance Co., • 
and agent of Lloyd's, of London, Ontario, nr Clarence, h Hedge 
Lawn, WiUiamsville , ,r i • n 

Brieht Charles, laborer, Canadian Engine and M.achinery Co^ 
BRITISH AMERICAN HOTEL, Gilbert & Kent, props, Clarence, 

cor iv 1 n '^ 1 

"BRlTISirAMERICA-N," (Daily and Weekly), J. W. Carman, ed 

and prop Wellington, nr Brock, h same (see card, p. 30) 
British Empire Hotel, Mr Stinson, prop, Market sq and Cl.-irence. 
"BRITlSIl WHIG," Dr EDWARD JOHN BARKER, ed and prop 
Basot, nr Brock (see card, p. 38) „ ^, , 

, BRITISH AND AMERICAN EXPRESS CO., John C. Clark, 
o^ent R. Kent, secretary and treasurer, King, cor Brock 
BRITTON, BYRON M.. barrister. Anchor building. Brock, corner 

Kin^, h 27 Queen. - . 

Brock Garrett, tavern keeper, Johnson, cor Ontario 
Brock", La« rcnce, mcsscn^^er, P. O. h P. O J.uild,ng 
Brock Strert Primitive Jlethodist Church, Rev. Wm. Hcrridge, pastor 
Brokenshirc, John, ))ump maker, Ontario, nr shipyard, h Yonge nr 

Barrie . . 

Brooks, Lewis, carpenter, bds Ontario, nr Union _ 

Brooks, Mrs. Margaret (wid Michael) h Ontario nr Umon 
Brophy, James, salesman, h Earl, bet Bagot and Welhngton 
Brophy, James, laborer, h Earl, nr Wellington 
Brophy, William, grocer. King, cor Brock, h Earl nr Wellington 
Brown, A. M. accountant, h Barrie, opp cricket ground 
B.o^vn, Alex, clerk, h Barrie, nr Smart 
Brown, Mrs. Ann (wid James) h William, cor Welhngton 
Brov.n, Mis. Ann (wid William'* h Wdliam.nr Bagot 
Brown, Kphraiin, laborer, h Henison, nr Mam 
Brown, George, hardware and lumber, Prnicess, nr Barrie, h same 
Brown, Henry, h Durham, WiUiamsville 
Brown, John, engineer, h Division, nr Brock 



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KIKGSTON CITY 



Jrown, .Tulin, laborer, li Barrie, nr Stuart 

kown, Joseph, piano maker, J. C. Fox bds City Hotel 

3rcwn, Ricliard, shoemaker, h Plum, nr Division 

Jrown, William, shoemaker, h Bngot, nr William 

Jrown, William, shrcmaker, h Division, nr Main 

IROWNE, JAMES (James Browne & Co.) h William, cor Wellin!;ton 

JIlOWNE, rATlUCIC (James Browne & Co.) h William, cor Wel- 
lington 

!rowne. Pierce, student, hdg William, cor Wellington 

Jrowne, Thomas G. h Wellington, nr Princess 

Jrowne, William, student, bds William, cor Wellington 

JRO^VNE, JAMES, & Co. (James and Patrick Browne) grocers, 
wine and liquor merch.mts, Maj-ket square 

irownlie, William, sailor, h Sydenham, nr Bay 

Iruce, Alexander, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 158 Princess, h 
William, nr. Barrie 

iruce, Mrs. Mary, tavern-keeper, Barrack, cor Ontario, h same 

Srunette, Abraham, porter, li Princess, bet Bngot and Montreal 

trunctte, Mrs. Matilda (wid Abraliani) h Queen, nr Bagot 

lulgcr, Mrs. Ann, h Ontniio, nr Earl 

lulger, James, roller, h Ontario, nr Earl 

lulgcr, Patrick, carpenter, h Centre, bet Barrio and Gordon 

lull, John, laborer, h head Yongc 

lunt, Kichai " blacksmith, Brock, nr Ontario, h Wellington nr 
Queen — - 

lurgess, James, sen. carpenter, h Colborne, nr Upper Bagot 

lurgess, Jnmes, jun. carpenter, h Colborne, nr Upper Bagot 

lurgess, John, carpenter, h Victoria, Willianisville 

lurgess, John, plasterer, h Victori.a, WiUiamsville 

lurgess, William, carpenter, h Willianisville 

lurgess, William, laborer, h William, nr Barrie 

iurgess, William, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

lurke, Edward, laborer, U Wellington, nr Gore 

iurkc, James, harness maker, D Branigan bds same 

lurke, James R. accountant, h Division, cor Plum 

lurke, John, tavern keeper, Place d'Armcs, nr Ontario 

lurke, John, boiler maker, h Earl, nr Wellington 

lurke, Samuel, tailor, bds City Hotel 

lurke, Thomas, laborer, h Bajrack, nr King 

Inrnett, A. laborer, h 43 Princess 

lURMETT, D. C. prop Burnett House, Ontario, bet Johniou and 
Clarence (see card, p. 31) 

lURNETT HOUSE, D. C. Burnett, prop, Ontario, bet Johnson and 
Clarence (see card, p. 34) 

lurns. Miss Elizabeth, h EUice, nr Upper Bagot '' 

lurns, George, laborer, h Johnsou, nr Gordon 



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Burns, Mrs. Harriet, h King, nr Johnson 

Burns, James, laborer, h Brock 

Burns, James, laborer, h nr head of Young 

Burns, John, carpenter, h John 

Burns, John, chair painter, James Reed, bds same 

Burns, John, sa\lor, bds Ontario, nr Johnson 

Burns, Michael, laborer, h Brock, nr Barrie 

Burns, Miles, piano maker, J. C. Fox, h head of John 

Burns, Mrs. (wid Edward) washerwoman, h CU Johnson 

Burns, Patrick, bds King, nr Johnson 

Burns, Patrick, baker, h Wellington, bet Princess and Queen 

Burns, Robert, laborer, h Gordon, nr Johnson 

Burns, Robert T. clerk, post office, h Rideau, cor Barrack 

Burns, Thomas, labourer, h Jolinson, ur Division 

BURUOWES, JAMES JOSEPH, judge of Lennox and Addington, 

h Ontario, opp Burnett House 
Burrows, Mrs. (wid Edmund) h Barrack, bet Ontario and King 
BURROWS, WILLIAM, piano fortes, music and musical instrumcuti 

and stationery, King, cor Pripccss {see card, p. 34) 
Burton, John, moulder, h Princess, Willianisville 
Bushell, James, boarding house. Princess, nr Ontario 
Bushell, John, boatmau. King ur Queen 
Busso, Anthony, mason, h Stuart, nr York 
Buswell, Philip, laborer, h Bagot, cor Brock 
Butler, Mrs. Ellen (wid John) h King, nr Queen 
Butler; Mrs. Mary, huckster, North Market square, h Princess, nr 

Clergy 
Butler, Mrs. Mary (wid Edward) groceries, 144 Princess, h same 
Butler, Thomas O. mail agent, h Montreal, ur Queen 
Butler, Willi.am, barber, Ontario, ur Princess, h Colborne, nr Reservoir 
Butler, William, laborer, h Colborne, ur Barrie 
Butler, Louis, bds Charence Inn, ur the post otrice 
Butler, Mrs. L. mantle maker, bds Clarence Inn, nr the post office 
Byers, Daniel, pensioner, h Barrack, nr Ontario 
Byers, Ilev. Henry, Wesleyan Methodist minister, h William, nr Barri* 



Caffery, Robert, laborer, h Plum, nr Division 

Cahron, Dolfos, blacksmith's helper, bas Kingston station ^ 

Cairns, William, tailor, h Bay, nr Bond Head 

Calder, John, carpenter, h Ontario, nr Gore 

Callaghan, Daniel, accountant, Froutenac Loan and Inrestment Society, 

ii lUl Princess 
Callaghan, Mrs. Mary Jane (wid Daniel) h lOOJ- Princess 
Galium, William, laborer, h Jenkin's lane, bet Division and Stuart 



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resulting to baths, and potations of nati)r»l springs for curative purposes, 
is bnth sanctioned and recommended by the Medical Profession at large. 
Artin<:ial imitations of Waters beyond our leach have also been enrolled 
ivmong the medicinal agents of our time. 

Since the number of visitors to ihe St. C.tthaiines well has incraased 
ste^idiiy every year, and the repuUition of the Spa is well cstabh^hcd, 
it is lliounlit that a brief account of the nature and properties of the 
waters may prove acceptable to Medical Pracliiioners and invalids. 

Saint Catharines, upon the line of the Great Western Railway of 
Can.id.i, eleven miles West of Suspension Bridge, Niagara Kails, is a 
beautiful and flourishing town, situated aboiit three miles from Lalte 
OiUaiMi, uijun that portion of land which eeparates the two Lakes, Erie 
and Oii'tiirjo. It is easily accessible from all directions, by Railway or 
Strambuaf, distant from Buffalo, N. Y., forty-two iniles, by Buffalo and 
Lake Uunm and Welland Railroads; thirty-six miles from Hamilton, 
via (Ireal Westc^ni, and iurty miles from Toronto by Port Dalhou^e or 
Niagara Steamer. St. Catharines numbers above 7,n00 inhabitants. 
With an unrivalled water-power at command, and facilities fur shipping 
productions, both by water and rail, of the highest order, it promises to 
become at some future day the Manchester of its region. 

A combinalion of favorable circumstances, in climate and locality, 
(on-other with the indisputable edjcaey of l!ie waters, have enabled this 
place, in an unprecedented short space of time, to uttato 



a high rank 
among the watering-places of America. 

.' THE SEASON 
Extends from the first of May to the last days of November. The pro- 
prielor of the " Stephenson House" has completed arrangements to 
tuablu invalids to usQ the waters within the building throughout tlie 
winter months. , A comfortable bathing nparUncnt has been fitted up 
in the K|st story of the hotel, and the services of eQicient bath attend- 
ants and rubbers have been secured. An e.iteiisive verandah and long 
well lighted halls will pcfoiit a sufficient amount of exercise in cold or 
stormy weather. i. . . , - t 



.Tbsorption ; y<?t tlie question of ahsorplion of the mineral constituents 
of nny batli is b}' no means sellled, fxperiments so far liaving proved 
unsalisfactor)' ar.d contradictory. Experience having demunstraled 
their value, their mode of action cannot be disc\issed here. It is only 
ill Rheumatism or obstinate skin diseases that baths of very long dura- 
tion or liigli temperature are employed, und these are never follovveil 
by any permanent want of reaction ; on the contrary, the St. Catliarines 
liaths are refreshin^j and inviguralini;, leaving after them a delightful, 
soft 'and moist condition of the skin. The idects produced by the St. 
Catharines water, hereafter mentioned, follow the alternate use of baths 
and drinking, or either alone, occasionally of bulh ombined. 

Bj' rinioving impuriiies quickly from the priiuipal pas-ages, the St. 
Catharines water is remedial i^ local fulness of blood in the liver, spleen 
and mesenteric glands, and other contents of the abdomen. On this 
account, in tl'.e vjuious diseases 'conse()uent upon llie fevers of marshy 
districts, or in malarious poi.soning, the eliminative properties of the 
waters have proved eminently beneficial. In obstruction of that par- 
ticular function, the origin of so' much' suffering to females, they are 
most useful, .IS long as the reproductive forces aie not too much sunk. 

In the treatment of Gout and Rheumatism in all its forms, the St. 
Cnlb ' tes water Inis acquired a well-merited celebrity. Neuralgia, 
arising^rom the presence of the morbific matter in the circulation, 
which gives rise to those diseases, or from exposure to miasma, has 
been very generally promptly cured. 

THE CO':.,' JilITRATED WATER. 

This mother -water W "''"■'',■■' much the mutter lauge supplied by the 
salt-works ns Kreuznach'. V'^'Snu of the most certain diuretics dis- 
covered; externally, it is al.- a 'ild and etficaeious counter-irritant. 
The bath, and cautious internal ui>c <,t (hi- rropared water, is used in 
nil <liseases springing from n scrofnlou-'i-i'riil.) .m m:^ny cases of glan- 
dular and cuuiiicoui affections, scrofula: , 'j>...j, and maladies of the 
eyes, nose or ears, n course of this water has produced u total chaugo 
in the appearance, and restoration to health. 

In conclusion, invalids must not be discouraged if these happy results 
do not follow as promptly as they may have been led to e.xpect. Occa- 
sionally these waters, as well as all the remedies it has been permitted 
to man to adapt to the relief of his physical sufferings will fail; often 
their influence is onlv felt after ceasing trnin their employment; and 
sometimes in obstinate cases, the full benefit can only be derived by 
their judicious continuance for a number of years. The free use of the 
w.-iter. either internally or as ft bath, immediately after the fatigues of a 
loiK' journey, is positively unsafe. Drinking should always be com- 
menced with in small quantities, and, when possible, under the direction 
of a Physician. Believing that Mineral Waters olFer useful resources 
to medicine, this effort has been conscientiously made to submit biietly 
the claims of a W.alering-place already popular, to the notice of those 
engaged in the search for relief of their own infirmities or those of others. 



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Calvin, D. D. (Calvin &:Brcck) h Garden Island 

Calvin & Breck (D D. Calvin and I. A. Breck) sLippera and for- 

warders, Ontario, nr Clarence 
Cameron, Angus, h Ontario, nr Union 

Cameron, Archibald, inspector, Commercial Bank, h Bank Buildine 
Cameron, Arch.bnld F. clerk. Commercial Bank, h Kin- nr Earf ^ 
Cameron, John, clerk, h Colhorne, ur Sydenbani ° 

Cameron, O'Kaiu J, guard, Provincial Peuiteutiary 
Cameron, Mrs. Sarah, h Barrie, nr Union 

*^^"'?iL1ls^°°"'^''''''"^"' (^"""P*^^" ^ Mowat) h Union, nr citj 
Campbell, C. painter, h Victoria, Williamsville 
Campbell, Miss Charlotte, dressuaker, bds Kin"' 
Campbe . Daniel, guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h Centre nr Kin<. 
Campbe . Donald, guard. Provincial Penitentiary ^ 

Campbell, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Plum, nr Division 

CAMPBELL JAMES, grocer, wine and spirit merchant and nron 
Ottawa House, Ontario, cor Princess "lercnant. and prop 

Campbell, James, grocer. Princess, cor Clergy, h same 
Campbe , James, (J. & R. (Jampbell) h Princess, nr Clerir? 
Campbell, James, mason, h Plum, nr Stuart 
Campbell, James, mason, h William, nr Barrie 
Campbell, James, sailor, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
Campbell, John, laborer, h King, nr O'Kill 
Campbell, Jolni, laborer, h nr head of Young 
Campbell, John, porter, h Little's Lane 
Campbell, Jobu, switchman, bds Kingston station 
Campbell, Joseph, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co 
Campbe 1, Neil, discount clerk. Commercial Bank, h Union 
Campbell, P. bar tender, Ottawa House, Princess, cor Ontario 
Campbel Patrick, provision dealer. North Market square, h Kin. 
bet Princess and Queen ' "-'"o' 

^""wellin^ton' ^'°'"' ™^ '"'^ ''''"' "'"''^''°'' 26 PrinccH, h 
Campbell, Peter, sailor, h Charles, nr Patrick 
Campbell, Robert, grocer, Queen, cor Division, h same 
Campbell, Robert, student, bds Ontario, nr Union 
Campbell. Robert (J. & R. Campbell) h Princess, nr Clergy 
Campbell, Thomas, laborer, h King, nr Centre 
Campbell, Thomas, waggon maker, h Queen, cor Division 
Campbell, William, plasterer, bds William, nr Barrie 
Campbell, J & R. (James and Robert Campbell) grocers and pro- 
vision dealers. Princess, nr Clcr^v i" >' . 
Campbell & Mov.at (Uon. Alexander Campbell and Geo. L. Mowat^ 
barristers. Princess, nr King ' 

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"CANADIAN CnUECHMAN" Rev. T. A. Parnoll, editor. Ba^ot 
cor Princess (are card, p. -lO^ " ' 

CANADIAN ENGINE AND MACHINERY COMPANY, Francis 
Tutton, superintendent, Ontario, bet Gore and Earl 

CANADIAN INLAND STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY, Hon. 
Jo in Hajiiiton, general manager, St. Lawrence WUarl, foot of 
Johnson 

Canfield, John, tailor, bds King, nr Brock 

Canning, Charles, laborer, h Bond Ilead, nr North 

Cannon, Samuel, laborer, h Division, nr Plum 

(;annon. William, tailor, h Queen, cor Division 

Capper, John, laborer, h Gordon, nr Johnson 

Carey, Mrs. Elizabeth (wid John) h Johnson, nr Gordon 

Catey, James moulder, Canadian Engine and Machinery Company 

Carey, John, laborer, h Union, cor Ontario 

Carlback, James, laborer, h First, nr Stuart 

Carleton, John, ship carpenter, h Ontario, nr Union 

Carleton. Mrs. Julia, (nid William) h Earl, nr King 

CARM.AN, J. W. editor and proprietor, Jijitish American, ■Wellineton. 
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Carman, T. S. book-keeper, British American oliice, bds same 

Carmichael, William D. clerk, bds 10 Ontario 

Carnegie, William, sailor, h Clarence, nr the Post Office 

Carney, Michael, butcher, Kingston Market, h Waterloo 

Carnochan, Miss Janet, head female teacher, Wellin-tou street school 
. bds William, nr King ' 

Carnovsky, Robert, baker and confectioner, Princess, nr Bariie, h 
same 

Caron, D. carpenter, bds Kingston station 

Carr, Alex, storeman, S. M. Millar, h Ontario, nr Queen 

Carr, George, carpenter, h Victoria, Williainsvillc 

Carroll, Charles, shoemaker, bds Gore, near Wellin-^ton '" 

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Carroll, James, laborer, h Johnson, nr Division 

Carroll, James, sailor, li Barrack, nr Ontario • 

Carroll. Mrs. Mary (wid Patrick) h Colborne, nr Sydenham 

Carroll, Morris, carter, h York, nr Barrie 

Carroll, Patrick, laborer, h Barrack, nr Ontario 

Carroll, Robert, bookbinder, bds Stuart, nr Barrie 

CarriiU, Robert, engineer, li Stuart, nr Barrie 

Carroll, Robert, foreman pattern maker. Kingston Foundry, h Barrie 

Carroll, Tlioinas, laborer, h Centre, nr llnrrie 

Carrulhers, Christopher, li Kingston station 

CARRUTIIERS, JOHN (J. CHrrutber3& Co.) h Earl, cor Sydenliam 

Carruthcrs, John, bds King, nr Princess 

Carruthers, John, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 



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CARRUTHERS, J. & Co. (John Carrutliers and Alexander Gunn) 

wholesale proccra, Outario, iir William {see card, p. i2) 
CARSLEY, SAMUEL, Uiy goods, Princess, bet WollinL-tou and Baeot, 

h bj'denham, opp Weslcyan church. 
Carson, Charles, moulder, h Second, nr Stuart 
Carson, Jiimes, laborer, h nr head of William 
Carson, James, moulder, Kingston foundry 
Carson, John, shoemaker, bds Second, nr Stuart 
Carson, Robert, grocer, 133 and 134 Princess, h same 
Carson, AVilliam, laborer, h King, nr Place d'Arms 
Carter, Alexander, moulder, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Carter, Henry, tinsmith, h Union, near St. James's church 
Carter, Henry A. tinsmith, h Wade's lane.'nr Union 
Carter, Joseph, carpenter, h King, nr O'KiU 
Carter, R. C. purser, bds Sydenham, bet Princess and Queen 
Carter, Tliomas, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Carter, William, h Yonge, nr Barrie 
Cartmill, Nathaniel, grocer, Bay, cor Rideau, h same 
Cartwright, James S. law student, h King, cor Earl 
CARTWRIGIIT, RICHAUD. J., M.P.P., president Commercial 

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Cascade, William, baker, bds Princess, nr Barrie 
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Casey, Mrs. E., washerwoman, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Casey, Miss Ellen, h Wellington, nr Clarence 
Casey, James F. clerk, h Montreal, nr Charles 
Caasady, Miss Mary, milliner, bds 175 Princess 
Cassiday, Edward, ship carpenter, h 5 Gildersleeve's yard, Johnson 
Cassidy, Andrew, laborer, h John, nr Patrick 
Caswell, E. W. prop Addington House, nr Clergy 
Catholic Apostolic Church (Rev. Joseph Elwel'l, pastor), Queen, nt 

Barrie 
Canffield, William, boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Cavan, Thomas, salesman, bds City Hotel 
Cavanagh, Thomas, salesman, bds City Hotel 
Chadwick, Robert, moulder, Canadieu" Engine and Machinery Co. 
Chaffey, George (George Chaffey & Bros.) h Union, cor Sydenham 
Chaffey, George & Bros. (George and William Chaftey) forwarders 

and shipping merchants, Atlantic Wharf, ft Princess 
Chalmers Church (Free Church of Scotland) Rev. Patrick Gray, 

pastor, Earl 
Chambers, Moses, h lower Plum 

Chambers, Robert, student, bds Barrie, bet Union and Bagot 
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Cliambcrs, 'Willi.iin, frciglilninn, h Kingston station 

Chance, Kllis, steward, h William, nr Wellington 

Chance, William. Bhoenniker, bds Brock, bet King and Wellington 

Chaunonhouse, Robert, high bailiff and chief of police ; office, Cltf 

Buildings, h Barrie, opp Victoria Park 
Chanpand, J. Baptiste, laborer, h ft Bay 

Chapman, Benjamin, carpenter, bds t'routcnac rtouse, Princess 
Charboncau, Theodore, fish dealer, ft Brock, h Princess 
Charlton, John, pattern maker, Victoria Iron Works, li Railway 

cottages 
Charlton, Robert, boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Cheetham, Edward, salesman, bds-70 Bagot 
Chinnery, Ed. laborer, Canadian Engine Machinery Co. 
CHISACIII DOMENICO, hat'er and furrier, Princess, opp City 

Hotel, h 92 Johnson 
Chisholrh, Daniel, pilot, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Chitori, George, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Bond Head 
Chown, Arthur (A & S. Chown) h Bagot, over store 
CIIOWN, EDWIN (Chown & Cnnningham) h Bagot, nr West 
Chown, George, Stoves and tinware, ]',2 Princess, h Williamsvillo 
CIIOWN, ROBERT, grocer, flour and feed dealer, 74 King, h 

same 
Chown, Roger, bds 47 Brock 
Chown, Samuel (A. & S. Chown) h Brock 
Chown, A. & S. (Arthur and Samuel) hardware, cutlery, paints, oils, 

and glass, 7 Bagot 
CHOWN & CUNNINGHAM (Edwin Chown and He^iry Cunningham) 

props Eagle Eoundry, and dealer in stoves and tinware, 3 Bagot 
Christie, William (col'd) whitewasher, h 78 Brock 
Christmas, James, laborer, li Brock, nr Johnson 
CHRONICLE AND NEWS, J. Rowlands, prop. Princess, nr King 
Chrysler, Frank, student, bds Barrie, bet Union and Bagot 
Chrysler, Gordon, mate, h Centre, nr Gordon 
Chrysler, P. G., steamboat captain, h Wellington, nr Johnson 
Church Depository, Princess, nr Wellington 

Chuich, Edward, roller, Victoria Iron Works, h Morton's cottages 
Church, James, head waiter, British American Hotel, bds same 
Cicolari, A. saloon and confectioner. King, opp the Market, h same 
Cicolari, John A. law student, bds King, opp Market square 
CITY HOTEL, ROBERT A. IRWIN, prop. 34 Princess (see card) 
CITY INN, John 0. Aston, prop. C Brock, bet Ontario and King 
CITY OF KINGSTON GAS LIGHT CO., John Kerr, manager, 

Queen, nr King 
Clancey, Michael, laborer, Ii Earl, iir Wellington 
Clark, Andrew, teamster, Victoria Iron Works, h Sydenham, nr Queen 



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Clark, Mrs. Ann, grocer, Ontario, nr Gore, li same 

Clark, Charles, gentleman, h Princess, cor Montreal 

Clark, Frederick, carpenter, li Kingston station 

Clark, James B. farmer, h Kingston station 

CLARK, JOHN C. agent British and American Express Company, 

and Montreal Ocean Steamship, King, cor Brock, h Union, cor 

Centre 
Clark, Joseph, varnisher, bds King, next Commercial Bank 
Clark, Joseph E. book keeper, E. Berry Sc Co. h Princess, cor Montreal 
Clark, Joseph E. gentleman, h Princess, cor Montreal 
Clark, Michael, laborer, h Johnson, nr Division 
Clark, Percival, bds Princess, cor Montreal 
Clark, William, foreman, slioe shop. Provincial Penitentiary, h King, 

near Penitentiary 
Clarke, Andrew, laborer, h Colbornc nr Sydenham 
Clarke, Benjamin, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Clarke, Charles, carpenter, h Kingston station 
Clarke, Ryland, carriage maker, h Brock nr Barrie 
Clarke, Mrs. R. milliner, Broek, nr Barrie, h same 
Clarke, William, laborer, h William, nr Barrie 
Clary, Hugh, blacksmith, h Kingston station 
Clatterbuck, Hugh, glazier, bds Ontario 
Clayton, George, chimney sweep, h Victoria, WiUiamsvillc 
CLEGHORN, HENRY, agent, J. II. Henderson & Co. shipping an-1 

forwarding, ft Gore, h opp St James' Church 
Clements, L. dentist, Wellington, nr Princess, bJs British American 

Hotel 
Clerke, A. A. principal teacher, Johnson Street School, bds Barrie, 

nr Joliusou 
Clewlo, William, servant, h King, nr Place d'Armes 
Clifl", Joseph, h Queen, nr Bagot 

ClilTe, Mrs. Mary (wid Joseph B.) h Clarence, rr the Post Ofllce 
Clifford, David, "pilot, Rideau Canal, h King nr Barrie 
Clifford, David, sailor, h King, nr George 
Clifford, George, laborer, h Jcnkin's Lane, nr Stuart 
Clifford, H. roller, Victoria Iron works, h Dandy's Lane 
Clifford, Jcremi,-ih, pilot, St. Lawrence River, bds King nr Barrie 
Clint, Patrick, grocer and provision dealer, Ontario, nr Clarence, h 

same 
Cluckson, Robert, mason, h Adelaide 
Cobourue, William, carter, h Plum, nr Division 
Cochrane, George, tavern keeper. Barrack, cor Kiug, h same 
Cochrane, James, sailor, h Ontario, nr Union 
Cochrane, Johu, sailor, h O'Kill, nr George 
Cochrane, Mrs. Susan (wid Daniel) h Johnson, nr Division 
Cockburn, William, blacksmith, h Barrie, bet Union and Brtgot 



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CoJil, Georp^c, clerk, h Sydenliam, nr Ordnance 

CoJil, John A. teller, Bank British North America, h Sydenham, cor 
Bay 

Coffee, William, maltster, h King, nr Gordon 

Coglilaii, William, shnemaker, bds Brock, bet King and Wellington 

Coldin, Joseph, helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Cole, t^yrus, |)iano maker, J. C. Fox, bds Princess, cor Wellington 

Coleman, William, laborer, h Jenkin's Lane, nr Division 

Colford, Miss Annie, h Bagot, nr William 

Collett, Libert, h Wellington, nr Brock 

Collin, Mrs. Kmma, oyster saloon, Ontario, cor Market square, h same 

Collins, E. U. gine manufacturer, nr G. T. R. Depot, h 3 Queen 

Collins, Edward II. ta.\iderniist, 3 Queen, h same 

Collins, Mrs. Honoria (wid Cornelius) h Ontario, cor Johnson 

Collins, Jeremiah, hostler, Burnett House, bds same 

Colhns. Jolm, laborer, h Beverly, nr King 

Collins, M. helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Collins, Peter, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Bond LLead 

Collins, Patrick, bds Ontario, cor Johnson 

Collins, Patrick, carter, h Barrack, nr Ilidcau 

Collins, Tliomas, h Division, nr Plnm 

Colton, William, tailor, Michael Fahey, h Stuartville 

Colwell, Bernard, laborer, h College, nr Union 

Colwell, W'illiani, cooper, Johnson, nr King, h same 

Comer, F. 11. AV. dental student, B. W. Day, bds Union 

Comer, J. Francis R. commissary department, h Union, nr Arch 

Comerford, Mrs. Catharine (wid John) fruit dealer, Ontario, nr John- 
son, h same 

Comerford K. prep Eagle Ilall, Ontario, nr Brock 

Comerford, Gerald, h Earl, cor Wellington 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF CANADA, U. S. Ross, cashier, King, 
cor AViUiam, h Murray Point 

Commercial Hotel, James S. Ilogan, jirop. Brock, bet Ontario and 

Commt-rcial Inn, Richard Ilalligan, prop. Princess, nr Ontario 
Compcr, John, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Conaly, James laborer, h Montreal, nr Picard 

Congregational Church (Rev Kenneth McK. Fenwick, pastor) Wel- 
lington, cor Johnson 
Conklin, Joseph W. chair maker, James RciJ, bds same 
Conlan, Edward, laborer, h William, nr Wellington 
Conlan, John, tailor, h William, nr Wellington 
Conley, Henry, h Place d'Armes, nr King 
Conley, Tliomas, merchant tailor. King, nr Brock, h same 
Conley, William, stone cutter, h 7 Johnson, nr King 
Connell, Mrs. Catharine (wid Andrew) h Bagot, nr Johnson 



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Connell, Patrick, laborer, h Gore, cor Bagot 

Connif, Thomas, shoemaker, bds IU2 Brock 

Connolly, Patrick, boatman, h Ontario, nr Union 

Connor, James, cabinet maker, James Reeil, h Earle 

Connor, James, cabinet maker, h Centre, nr Cordon 

Connors, John, blacksmith, h Montreal, nr Charles 

Connors, John, laborer, h Earl, nr Bagot 

Conroy, Michael, clerk, bds Ellice 

Conroy, P. grocer and provision dealer. Princess, nr Clergy, h same 

Conroy, Patrick, cabman, h Ellice, nr Division 

Consolls, Miss Mary, tailoress, W. J. Percy 

Cook, Abraham, captain Royal Canadian Illfles, h Ridcau, nr North 

Cook, George, boilcrniaker, bds r Ontario, nr William 

Cook, George, pensioner, h Beverley, nr King 

Cook, James, sailor, h r Ontario, nr William 

Cooke, Mrs. (wid Robert) h Brock, nr Barrie 

COOKE, ROBERT B. grocer, bds Brock, nr Barrie 

COOKE, R. B. & Co. wholesale and retail grocers, 5 Princess, cor • 

Montreal, bds Brock, nr Barrie (see card, p. 42) 
Coombs, W. II. teacher, h B.igot, nr Johnson 
Cooney, Patrick, laborer, h Johnson, cor Gordon 
Cooper, Hugh, laborer, h Wellington, nr Clareiye 
Cooper, John, laborer, h r 4 Johnson, r Ontario 

Cooper, John, keeper Provincial Penitentiary, h Barrie, nr Colborne 
Cooper, Richard, butcher, Kingston market, h Bath road 

Corbett, John, laborer, h Picard, nr P.itrick 

Corbett, John, laborer, h Johnson, nr Ontario 

Corbett, John, storeman, Fraser & George 

Corbett. Richard, jailor, court house, h Barrie, nr court house 

Corbett, Thomas A. sheriff county Fronteuac, court house, h Queen, 
nr Division 

Corbett, William, tinsmith, h 97 Princess 

Corby, Thomas, physician, h Brock, nr Barrie 

Cormack, John, janitor. Queen's college, h same 

Corner, Mrs. Jane, h Gordon, nr Johnson 

Cornford, Thomas, storeman, G. S Hohart, h Colborne 

Cornish, Charles, printer Daily News, bds King, nr Barrack 

Corrigan, D. provision dealer. North Market square, h North nr Bay 

Corrigan, Daniel, laborer, h Bond Head, bet Bay and Ordnance 

Corrigan, John, storeman, h Earl, cor Ontario 

Corrigan, Patrick (Corrigan & Doyle) h Glenburuie. 

Corrigan, Patrick, laborer, bds Bond Head, nr Ordnance 

Corrigan, William, laborer, h Ontario, nr Earl 

Corrigan Si Doyle (Patrick Corrigan and James Doyle) butchers, 
Kingston market 

Cosby, Daniel, h head Yoage 



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KINGSTON CITY 



Couillard, Rev. J. B. (R. C.) chaplaiu Provincial Penitentiary, h 

Bishop's pnlnce 
OouUhnrt, D.ivid, finislier, Canadian Engine and Machinery Oo. 
CouUon, Francis, tailor, li Wade's lane, nr Union 

County of Frontenac Agricultural Society, I. Simpson, sec. Clarence 

opp tlie P. O. 
Coupcr, Mrs. Catharine, grocer, Barrie, cor Centre, h same 

Couper, Mrs. J. rope manufactnrcr, Princess, WiUiamsviUe, h same 

Courtney, James, h Yonge, nr Barrie 

Consineau Franjois X, salesman, bds British Empire Hotel 

Couvrette, George, mariner, bds British Empire Hotel 

Coverd.ale, William, architect, h King, nr Beverly 

Coverdalc, William, h George, nr O'Kill 

CoTcrett, Francis, laborer, h Bay, nr Bond Head 

Cowie, James, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Cowic, Thomas, mason, h John, nr Montreal 

Cox, Mrs. Catharine, (wid John) h Bond Head, nr Bay 

Coxall, Walter, clerk, W. R. McCrae &. Co. bds West, cor King 

Coxworthy, Thomas, registrar Trust and Lonn Co. h Union 

Coy, Henry, clerk. City Book Store, bds Queen, nr Bagot. 

Coy, John, h Queen, nr Bagot 

Coyle, Henry, Laborer,, h Balaclava, nr Sydenham 

Coyle, Henry, yardman, liritish American Hotel, bds same 

Coyle, James, carter, h Balaclava, nr Sydenham 

Craig, Arthur W. confectioner, baker, and grocer, King, nr the Mar- 
ket, h same 

Craig, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Sydenham, nr Princess 

Craig, James, salesman, bds King, nr Earl 

Craig, James, sailor, h Ontario, ur Union 

Craig, Mrs. John, grocer, King bet Earl and Gore, h Bame 

Craig, Willi.ini G. clerk, h King, nr Earl 

Crallin, WiUiani, barber, h Queen, bet Barrie and Division 

Cranston, Miss Ann E. school teacher, bds Frontenac House, Princess 

Crauston, Francis, school teacher, bds Frontenac House, Princess 

Crawford, Anthony, carter, h Division, nr Johnson 

Crawford, Edward, h Union, nr Arch 

Crawford, James, clerk, bds City Hotel 

Crawford, Mrs. Jane (wid Francis) h James, nr Montreal 

Crawford, John, h Hamilton's lane 

Crawford, John, machinist bds James, nr Montreal 

Crawford, William, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 

Crcighton, George W. prop. Frontenac Brewery, King west, h King, 
nr CoHingwood 

Crcighton, James M. book and job printer, King, nr Brock, h Stuart 

CREIGHTON, JOHN (Mayor)''prop city book store. King, nr Brock, 
h George, nr Stuart (see card, opp title) 



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Creik, Andrew, sexton, Scotch church, h Clergy, nr Queen 
CRIDIFOllD, JOHN, jewellery and fancy goods, King, bet Princesi 

and Brock, h same («ee caril, p. 42) 
Cridiford, John, salesman, bds Princess, nr Bagot 
Cridiford, Thomas, pastry cook and confectioner, Princess, nr Bagci, 

h same 
CrinniU, Thomas, saloon and boarding house, Johnson, nr Ontario 
Crisley, Edward, hostler, 52 Princess, bds same 
Cromnic, John, prihter, h Barrie 
Cronmer, Mrs. Jessie (wid John) h Barrie, cor Stuart 
Crooksmith, shoemaker, William Adams bds same 
Crosby, Charles, shoemaker, h Wellington, cor Gore 
Crowe, Henry, laborer, h Gore, nr Wellington 
Crowley, John, guard, Provincial Penitentiary, h Union, nr Arch 
Crozier, James, laborer, h Union, nr Barrie 
Crozier, Richard, sailor, h Gore nr Wellington 
Cruickshank, Mrs. h Earl, cor King 
Crumley, Jliss Elizabeth, tailoress ; W. J. Percy 
Crumley, Hugh, pattern maker, h Union, nr Arch 
Crumley, John, carter, h Montreal, nr Charles 
Culchcth, John, baker, h Queen, nr Division 
CuUen, Gerritt, grocer. Bay, nr Rideau, h same 
CuUen, J. furnaccman, Victoria iron works, h Bay 
CuUen, James, laborer, h Centre, bet Barrie and Gordon 
Cullen, William, laborer, h ft Bay 
CUAIMING. GEORGE A. city registrar ; office, city buildings, h 

King, near Gore 
Cummings, George, laborer, h Bay, nr Bond Head 
Cummings, Hugh, butcher, h Division 
Cummings, Michael, porter, James Harty, h Montreal road 
Cummins, Patrick, butcher, Kingston market, h Kingston station. 
Cummins, Patrick, laborer, h Centre, nr Gordon 
Cunninghum, David, builder, h Arch, nr Deacon 
Cunningham, David, policeman, h Bond Head, nr Bay 
Cunningham, David, laborer, h King, nr O'Kill 
CUNNINGHAM, HENRY, J.P. (Chown & Cunningham) h Wesley 

Row, Johnson, opp St. Mary's church 
Cunningham, Henry, skate manufacturer. King, cor George, h same 
Cunningham, John, builder, h Barrie, nr Union 
Cunningham, John, sewing machine manufacture-, Mumey point, h. 

John, cor O'Kill 
Cunningham, P. boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co^ 
Cunnliigham, Samuel, h Deacon, nr Arch 
Cunningham, Thomas, carpenter, h Sydenham, nr Colborne 
Cunningham, Wilham, boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery 

Company 



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KINGSTON CITY 



Cunnin;;'ham, William, piano Toite tuner, h Wellington, cor Esrl 

Cunningliam, William, sailor, bds King, nr Clarence 

Curley, Mr3. Susan (vvid) li Ontario, nr Gore 

Curlcy, Tliomas, sailor, bds Ontario, nr Gore 

Curran, James, laborer, bds Ba rie 

Curran, John, sailor, bds Ontario, nr Queen 

Curran, Jobn, laborer, h Deacon, nr Arch 

Curtis, James, printer, bds William, nr Bagot 

Curtis, Patrick, shoemaker, bds Queen, nr Bagot 

Curtis, Mrs. Siisanniih (wid Michael) h William, nr Bflgot 

Cutler, Luke, h Ontario, cor Gore 

ID 

Dacey, Martin, shoemaker, h Ontario, cor Clarence 

Dahncy, William, laborer, h Centre, nr Barrie 

Dailev, William, printer, h Union ' 

" DAILY NEWS," J. llowlnnds, prop. Princess, nr King 

Daley, Airs. Catharine (wid Patrick) h Johnson, nr Ontario 

Dally, Michael's or, h Brock 

Dalton, Alfred, a or, bds Princess, nr Sydenham 

Dalton, W. B. salesman, bds Colborne, nr Clergy 

Daly, John, sailor, bds William, nr Bagot 

Daly, Michael, shoemaker, bds Gore, nr Wellington 

Daly, Michael, tailor, h William, nr Bagot 

Daly, P. merchant tailor, 33 Princess, h same 

Daly, Mrs. Sarah (wid Timothy) h Princess, WiUiamfvillc 

Daly, Thomas, huckster, north Market st^uare, h Brock, nr Wellingtou 

Dando, John, tailor, bds King, nr lirock 

Dandy, Mrs. John, h r Ontario, nr William 

Dandy, William, sailor, h r Ontario, nr William 

Dane, Archibald, h Montreal, nr James 
'Danfeus, Alexis, h Johnson, nr Wellington 

Danfeus, David, mariner, bds Johnson, nr Wellington 

Darragh, James, laborer, h ft Bay 

Davey, George, carpenter, h Jenkins' lane, nr Stuart 

David, J. J. E. grocer, cabinet maker and i'urnilure dealer, 159 Prin- 
cess, h same 

Davidson, A., teller, Bank of Montreal, h Barrie 

Davidson, Andrew, builder, h Queen, nr Clergy 

Davidson, George (Davidson & Doran) h Qneen, cor Clergy 

D.avidson, Thomas, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Davidson & Diiran, (George Davidson and Michael Doran) propi 
Kingston foundry, Ontario, cor Union 

Davis, Alfred, clerk, Kingston P. B. society, h King, nr Earl 

Davis, Mrs. Catharine (wid Loyal) h Wellington, cor Gore 



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as ?xiri'si'.j3ts,,''^; -'■■■■'■': - ...... 

l!a-ot, cor Princess '^''"'' ' ""cess, cor Bagot, h 

Davis, Johu, laborer, h Barrie nr fir ^^ 
Davis, John, shoemaker hTn S"'"""" 
Davis, John porreWraDhT: ='",' "/.^"'■<='' 

Bagot ^ ^ ''''^"'P'' """"= ""d Livery Stable. Clarence, nr 

Da\^riLterj,roro'i^^^^^^^ 

Davis. William. aecCntant fcston P "fi' "/ ^T\ 

Dawson. Georf:.' ^ fee'^r'S""'' '"- 
Dawson, George, roller, VictorTa /on Work h n • 
mZT' wn '"''' T'""- ^ Adelaide ^'' ^ ^'""> 

tec' '^"-^7' •"''-". h B-er.y. nr King 

^ 1 nnces;: I'^^eTfeTjTV'' '^^ '"'°- «--'« '^■-k 
np vonx,' y^ ^-^""'^ Ho'^l. Ontario^ 

E,'cZifs°E rrnT?[;i "• 'n f"^- - ^-""^ 

De aney. James, h O'Kill, ta^'Gwt" ''"''""''' 

S:un:^:^;^^"c:^:ry«>:;:^n. J Bagot. h same 

Delane^, P. ■aborerc:Ll?Ftte\t^'--; ." ^"^ot 

Deni. William. s'e.Uon Syd'2,mlt?t\vT'- "^/^""'^eal ^ 
J.> Sydenham, nr William ^esleyan Methodist church' 

' D:n^^':;.JS|eT:;rfrhTr'''''-« 
Dennison Jamef laborer bT^"'""' " ^^o^'^^"! 
Dennison! M.I Mary T'Erft^Ki'nr "'-'- 
& SicVt*^^"' V<^"°"' -'Ontario 

Derry William, carter h W Ham rK-'"' °""'"" 
I)erry.Wa,iam.i„achiaist.;:'u:io:;[c^;"6ntario 



50 



ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 



SUKGrEOH DENTIST, 

RESIDENCE AND OFriOE : 

First door above Mr. Alexander Bruce's Block, 

PRINCESS STREET, KINGSTON, 
^r PEICES MODERATE. ^^ 

'^^^^^SEPH DILLON; 

Wholesale Manufacturer of 

BOOTS AMB ^HOES, 

No. 25, TRINCESS STHEET, 



WILLIAM FERGUSON & Co., 

ir;iPORTERS OF 

DRY GOODS 



CORNER OF 



- KING km PRINCESS STREETS, 
KirJCSTOW, c. w. 

SILKS, SHAWLS, DRESS GOODS, CLOTHS, 

CARPETS, and ENGLISH FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, 

With an assortment of Stapio and Small Wares^* 



ALPHABETICAL DIRECTORY. 



61 



Detlor, G. II. appraiser, custom house, h Napanec 
Devuie, James. laborer, bds Maine, nr Picard 

n.'vl'!;''TT 7"'- ''"''""-"T K""''. Provineial Penitentiary 
Dev Im, nugh. pensioner, h Beverly, ur King ^ 

Devlin, Patrick, cabman, h Barrack, cor Kiit 
Dewsbury Frederick, engineer, h Union, nr Ontario 
n amond John B. groeer, Montreal, nr John, h same 
D ek, Hamil on book keeper, bds Bngot. nr Queen 

D::l:ie:^a^;^:tS:;: ^^-S:^ C- ^ P-eess nr Wellington 
Dickinson, Itobert, tinsmith, li Orduanci. nr S^,l,.,i 

agent, ft Johnson ^-ivx^ii^riii LINE. James Swift, 

Dicksou, John, ship carpenter, h Barrie hot Tr„; i t, 

Dickson. John sho';ma!fer. h Clare; "erurthe''p"'S ""' """^ot 

"^'::n; .?;sjd':nh.fm'"'^'^'^'"" -' -^^-'^ ■• -«- -^^ ^ y^ ^o,.. 

D.ggen, William laborer, h r 4 Johnson, nr Ontario 
Dignan, M.chae , laborer, h Ordnance, i r Syd nham 

D:!!on;i:"-aSr^!^:;;'^r;r^^^""^-' 
^;j:^;ixfb:i,;-:i:s^^^^^^ 

Dixon, John, carter, 11. I. Jordan 

^. '^oZ-;^^!:::::^]:-:!^^^-^^- -^ Machine., co. 

Dobson, Stephen grocer, Division, nr York, h same 

Dockere . Mrs. Jane (wid Thomas) h Upper Ba.^ot nr Ellie^ 

Dockerel!. John boatman. Ids Ontario, n Prh iclss 

Dodd. George, foreman blacksmith. Kingston Toldry. h Barrie. nr 

Dodds, John. Waeksmith, h George, nr Kin- 

Doher ty, Hugh, porter, G. T. R. freight depot, h Barrie 
Doherty. John, aborer, h Queen, nr Montreal 
Dohcrty, John, laborer, h Ontario, nr Earl 
i,?v4l5^' •^°''"' ''I'jo'-er, Grove, nr River 



KINGSTON CITV 



XARD, VERY KEV. rATRICK, V.G. h Bishop's Palace, 

Johnson, nr Bavrie 

ihin, John, mnchinist, bds Brock, cor Bagot 
Utl, John, blacksmith, h Ellicc, ur Division 
ildsoii, Andrew, laborer, h Fifth, nr Stuart 
ddson, William, toll-gate keeper, Catnraqui Bridge, h same 
■y, Ilcnry, bartender, bds Kingston station 
;y, Luke, sailor, bds King, nr Jolinson 
!y, Mrs. Matilda (wid Luke) h Kins- nr Johnson 
?y, Thomas, sailor, bds Kin;;, nr Johnson 
lelly, D. boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery (Jo. 
icllv, Mathcw, collector, h Second, nr Stuart 
jgb'ue, Cornelius, h O'Kill, nr George 
)ghue, Daniel, lessee of Market, h I'lace d'Armcs 
)ghue, Mrs. Margaret (wid John) grocery, 140 Princess, h same 
ighue, Michael, carpenter, h O'Kill, nr George 
)gbue, Michael, laborer, h Bagot, bet William and Earl 
jghue, Richard, contractor, h Place d' Amies, nr Ontario 
)hue, Daniel, baker, bds Wellington, bet Princess and Queen 
diue, Florence, laborer, h Earl, nr Wellington 
)hue, John, porter, 3G Queen 
)bue, Michael, laborer, h King, nr Gordon 
)hue, Mrs. Annie (wid Thomas) h William, nr Bagot 
)hue, Mrs. Marg.iret, huckster. North Market square, h Sydenham 
)ugh, Mrs. Mary (wid Daniel) h Montreal, nr Picard 
3fau, Daniel, huckster, North Market square, h Bagot, cor Wil- 
liam 

ovun, James, laborer, h Jolmson, nr Ontario 
ovaii, James, laborer, h Bagot, nr Earl 

ovan, John, laborer, h King, nr Kingston Brewery and distillery 
m, Bridget (B. Doran &, Co.) h WelUngtou, nr Princess, 
m, Jauies, rivettcr.'h Ontario, nr Gore 
m, Lawrence, h Brock, '.ir liarrie 
in, Lawrence, laborer, h Bagot, nr Earl 
n, Michael (Davidson & Doran) bds Burnett Ilouse 
n, William, guard, Provincial Penitentiary, h Centre, bet King 
and Union 

m, B. & Co. dry goods, &c. Wellington, nr Princess 
;hcrty, John, laborer, h Ontario, nr Earl • 

gherty, Patrick, blacksmith, bds King, cor Place d'Armcs 
gherty, Pliihp J. blacksmith, bd.^ King, cor Place d'Armcs 
jhcrty, Thomas, blacksmith and tavern keeper. King, cor Place 
d'Armcs 

;lass. Miss Ann, private school, 48 Princess, h same 
d, Mrs Mary (wid Patrick) h Queen, nr Bagot 
d, Michael, laborer, bds Queen, nr Bngot 



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53 



Dowie, Mrs. Jane, li Barrie, nr King 

Dowlin, E. boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co 
Dowhn, Edward, laborer, h West, nr Ontario 
Dowling, Edward, moulder, h Wellington, nr William 
Dowling, John, boiler maker, h O'Kill, nr King 
Downey, John, bds Brock 

Downey, Timothy, shoemaker, bds William, nr Wellington 
Downing, James (llayward & Downing) h King, nr Gordon 
Downing, William, ship carpenter, h Arch, nr Deacon 
Dowsley, William, shoemaker, bds 102 Brock 
Doyle, Mrs. Catharine, (wid Daniel) h Wellington, nr Queen 
Doyle, Darby, laborer, GG Johnson, nr Division 
Doyle, Mrs. Ellen (wid Joseph) saloon keeper, ft Johnson, h same 
Doy e. Miss J. dry goods and millinery, 175 Princess, li same 
Doy c, James (Corrigan & Doyle) U Princess, Wiiliamsville 
Doyle, John, laborer, h Kingston station 
Doyle, Mrs. Joseph, h Sydenham, cor Union 
Doyle, Owen, sailor, h Wellington, nr Barrack 
Doyle, P. W. agent, h Picard, nr Patrick 
Doyle, Patrick, servant, h King, nr Barrack 

Doyle, William, butcher, Kingston market, h Princess, WilliamsTllle 
Draper, \\ d lam, waggonmaker, Wellington, nr Barrack, h same 
Draper, Wdham G. judge, County Proutenac, Court Ilouse, h Queen 
nr JMontreal ' 

Drennan, S. T. wholesale and retail cabinet maker and furniture dealer 

Princess, nr Bagot, h head of Princess 
Driscoll, Denis, stonecutter, h Wellington, nr Union 
Driver, T.bomas, salesman, bds Wellington, nr Queen 
Driver, William, tailor, h Wellington, nr Queen w 

Drummond, Thomas, assistant bursar, Roekwood Asylum, h Bagot 

bet Gore and Union , o » 

Drury, William, paintei-, 90 Princess, h same 
Duff, Mrs. Catharine (wid James) h Barrack, hr Rideau 
Duff, John, clerk First Division Court, office, Clarence, nr Ontario, h 

Princess, nr Division 
Duffy, John, salesman, bds William, nr Bagot 
Duffy, William, sailor, bds Ontario, nr Gore 
Dugdale, Joseph, sailor, h Arch, nr Union 
flunible, Henry, confectioner, Brock, cor Wellington, h same 
Dunbar, Mrs. Catharine (wid James) h Queen, nr Barrie 
Dunbar, Ucnry, shoemaker, h Bagot, nr William 
DUNBxiR, JOUN, merchant tailor. Princess, nr WelHngton, h Barrie. 

nr Princess (see card, p. GO) 
Duncan, Robert, builder, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
Dunlop, Andrew, captain, li Rideau, nr Ordnance 
Dunlop, James, grocer, h Rideau, nr Ordnance 



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KINGSTON CITV 



Dunlop, James M. grocer, Princess, cor Kinj, h Rideau 

Dunlop, Kobert, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Uunlop, Robert, tailor, Thomas Moore, bds Portsmouth 

Dunoon, John, niercliaut tailor and clothier, Princess, ur Wellington, 

h same 
Dunply, James, sailor, h Queen, nr Clergy 

Dunn, Ileury, painter, h Colborne, bet Upper Bagot.and Division 
Dunn, John, prop National llotel, Wellington, cor Barrack 
Dumi, Michael, harness maker, 5 Johnson, nr Ontario, b lame 
Dunn, Thomas, grocer. Bay, cor Bond Head, h same 
Dunn, William, tinsmith, bds Wellington, nr Princess 
Dupis, Nathan F. h Arch, bet Deacon and Union 
Dupuy, Mrs. G. h Barrie, nr Union 
Dupuy, Hilary, notary public and insurance agent, Ontario,. nrClftT- 

cncc, h Barrie, cor Union 
Durand, James, rc;>;istrar. County of Frontenac; office, Court House, 

h Princess, Williamsville 
Durnford, George, teller, Bank of Upper Canada, h Barrie 
Durnin, Rev. James A. T. (U.C.) h Bishop's Palace, Johnson 
Dwinncll, Holland, plumber, bds Ordnance 
Dwyer, Daniel, Filesman, bda William, nr Clergy 
Dykes, James, painter, h Plum, nr Division 
Dyon, John, steward, h 2 Ontario 

Eagan, James, sailor, h Ontario, nr Gore 

EAGLE FOUNDRY, Chpwn & Cunningham, props, Stuart, WiU 

liamsvine 
Eakin, Joseph, student, bds Barrie, bet Union and Bagot 
Earl, John, carpenter, h Ridcau, cor Bay 
Earl, Jliss Mary Ann, h Gore, cor King 
EaiJy, Andrew, clerk, bds Brock 
Eaves, Mark, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Clergy 
Edmondson, Henry, student, bds King, nr Princess 
Egan, Daniel, laborer, h Clarence, cor Wellington 
Elliot, Walter, piano maker, bds City Hotel 
Elliot, Walter, salesman, bds City Hotel 
Elliott, Mrs. Anne (wid Michael) h Wellington, ar Clarence 
Elliott, George, guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h Centre, nr King- 
Elliott, Isaiah, steward, h Bagot, cor Queen 
Elliott, James, carter, h Clergy, nr Balaclava 
Elliott, James, sailor, h ElHce, nr Division 
Elliott, John, steward, h Wade's lane, nr Union 
Elliott, John (William & John Elliott) h nr Kingston station 
Elliott, Robert, carpenter, h York, nr Stuart 



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Elliott, Thomas, laborer, h Barrie, nr Picard 

Elliott, William (William & John' Elliott") h near Kingston station 

Elliott, William & John, butchers, Kingston market 

Ellis, Peter J. sailor, h William, nr Barrie 

Elmer, J. D. confectioner and pastry coolt. Brock, h same 

Elmer, John, confectioner, nr Princess, cor Bagot, h same" 

Elmer, Thomas, confectioner, h Queen, nr Bagot 

Elsniere, Alexander! guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h Centre, nr King 

Elwell, Rev. Joseph, pastor. Catholic Apostolic church, h Queen, nr 

Barrie 
English, Charles, h First, nr Sfuarl' 
Ennis, James, sailor, h Wellington, hr Barrack 
Ennis, Miss Mary Ann, dress niaVer, bds Wellington 
Erly, Thomas, merchant tailor. Brock, nr King, h same" 
Evans, Benjamin, carpenter, h Jenkins's lane, bet Stuart and Division 
Evans, Edward, carpenter, h Centre, nr Barrie 
Evans, James, laborer, h Beverly, nr King 
Evans, John, laborer, h Beverly, bet Union and King 
Evans, Richard, joiner, h Stuart, nr Princess 
Evans, Thomas, keeper. Lunatic Asylum, h Centre,.bet Barrie and 

Gordon 
Evans, William C. agent', Provincial Hardware Manufacturing Co. 

Clarence, opp the P. O. h 80 Johnson 
Everitt, Miss Harriet, h Clarence, cor Bagot 
Everitt, Miss Sarah, h Clarence, cor Bagot 
Eward, Thomas, blacksmith, h Kingston station 
Ewart, Tliomas, tailor, William Hay, h ur G. T R. depot 
Ewing, John, blacksmith, Kingston foundry 



IF 

Fahey, Edward, ship carpenter, bds Wellington, ur Gore 

Eahcy, Lawrence, h Wellington, nr Gore 

Fahey, Michael, merchant tailor, 22 Brock, Let King and- William, b 

same 
FALCONER, JAMES, ship chandlery, and sail makers, Ontario, nr 

Earl, h Earl, cor Wellington 
Fallin, Michael, laborer, h Patrick, nr James 
Eallin, Patrick, sailor, h John, nr Patrick 
Fallon, Michael, grocer, Market square, h same 
Fannon, James, cabinet maker. Brock, nr Bagot, h same 
Fannon, John, laborer, h Brock, nr Bagot 

Faunon, Mrs. Mary (wid Michael) h B«ick, bet Bagot and Wellington 
Fannon, Michael, laborer, h Brock, nr Bagot 
Fannon, Thomas, sailor, h Brock, nr Bagot 
Farley, Mrs. Isabella (wid William) h Barrie 



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KINGSTON CITY 



Farllugev, niram, sailor, bcis Irisli Canadian house, Clarence 

Fanners' Inn, Ri'-my lieaupru, prop, bet Ontario & King 

Farusworth, C. T. assistant druggist, bda G. S. Ilobart 

Farr, William, piano forte maker, h Colborne, nr Upper Bagot 

Farrell, Clnistopbcr, carpenter, li Barrie, nr Union 

Farrell, James, carpenter, li Arcli, bet Deacon and Union 

Farrell, John, chair painter, h Bond Head, nr Bay 

Farrell, John, laborer, h Bond Head, nr Ordnance 

Farrell, Thomas, clerk, bds Commercial Inn 

Farthing, George, shoemaker, h Jenkins's lane, nr Stuart 

Fawcett, Anthony, h Johnson, cor King 

Fawcetf, Miss Fanny, machine operator, h Johnson, cor King 

Fawcett, Miss Margaret, dress maker, Johnson, cor King, h same 

Fee, Sanuicl 11. physician and surgeon, 04 Princess, h same 

Fee, AVilliani, grocer, Barrie, cor Queen, h same 

Fenwick, G. W. tavern, Ontario, cor Gore 

FENWICK, GEOllGK S. (Thomas Hendry & Co.) h 9 Ontario 

Fenwick, Uev. Kenneth McK. pastor, Congregational church, li George 
nr O'Kill 

FENWICK, T. M. physician and surgeon, King, cor Barrack, h Gore, 
cor Ontario 

Ferguson, Henry, clothier, Wellington, bet Brock and Princess h 
same 

Ferguson, James F. salesman, Eraser & George, 

Ferguson, John, sen. laborer, h El'icc, bet Upper Bagot and Division 

Ferguson, John, jun. carter, h Ellice, bet Upper Bagot and Division 

Ferguson, Mary, dress maker, h Brock, nr Bagot 

Ferguson, Thomas, clerk, county Frontcnac, court house, bds Pitts- 
burgh 

Ferguson, Thomas, baker, bds 1 64 Princess 

Ferguson, AV. B. book keeper, W. Ferguson & Co. h Bellevuo terrace, 
nr King 

FERGU.SON, WILLIAM (Wm. Ferguson & Co) h Bellevuc terrace, 
nr King 

Ferguson, Wm. sen. treasurer, county Frontcnac; office, court house, 
h Pittsburgh 

Ferguson, Willi'am, jun. barrister, King, nr Clarence, h Pittsburgh 

FERGUSON, WM. & Co, importers of dry goods, King, cor Princess 
(jce ca/d, p. 50) 

Ferns, Mrs. C. dealer in fancy goods, and church depositofy of Kings- 
ton, Princess, nr WcIIinglou, h san.c 

Ferris, John D. boarding house, William, ur Clergy 

Fields, John, laborer, h William, nr Barrie 

Filtz, George, cabinet maker and undertaker, 150 Princess, h same 

Finkle, Gordon W. captain, h Illdcau, nr Bay 

Finnegan, James, laborer, h King, nr Centre 



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Finnemore, Alfred, ship owner, Atlantic wharf, h Barrie, nr Princess 
Fii-st Division Court ; John Duff, clerk, office, Clarence, nr Ontario 
Fish, Rev. Charles, Wesleyau Methodist, h Princess, nr Gordon 

Fisher, Miss Alexis, teacher, h Sydenham, nr Colbornc 

Fisher, Itobert, builder, h Barrie, nr Stuart 

Fitten, William, boiler maker, bds Wellington house 

Fitzgerald, Mrs. Catharine, h Earl, nr Ontario 

Fitzgerald, James, carter, h Bay, nr Bond Head 

Fitzgerald, James, laborer, h Beverly, nr King 

Fitzgerald, James M. medical student, li Patnck, nr Janies 

Fitzgerald, Patrick, laborer, h Wellington, nr Clarence 

Fitzgibbins, Mrs. Mary (wid Stephen) seamstress, h Johnson, nr 
Wellington 

Fitzpatrick, Bernard, bailiff, h Earl bet Bagot and Wellington 

Fitzpatrick, David, clerk. City Hotel 

Fitzpatrick, Valentine, mason, h nr head Yonge 

Fitzsimmons, James, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Fitzsimmons, Rev. Peter (R.C.)h Bishop's Palace, Johnson 

Fitzsimmons, Tbos. carpenter, h John 

Flanagan, Bernard, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Flanagan, John, cabman, h Johnson, nr Wellington 

Flanagan, John, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 

FL.'iNAGAN, MICHAEL, city clerk and passport agent. offi6e, CitT 
Buildings, h Barrie, opp Victoria Park 

Flanagan, Patrick, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Flanagan, Thomas, cabman, h Johnson, nr Wellington 

Flanigan, John, butcher, Kingston market, li King°ston Township 

Flannery, James, guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h Arch, nr Stuart 

Flannigan, Mrs. E. h King, cor Earl 

Flannigan, Robert, foreman. Berry's ship yard, h Ridcau, nr Ordnance 

Fleck, Mrs. Catharine, (wid Robert) h Earl, nr King 

Fleck, U. A. music teacher, h Barrie, nr Brock 

Flyiin, Daniel, provision dciler, North Market square, h North, nr' 

Bay 
Flynn, Daniel, laborer, h North, nr Bond Head 
Flynn, Ileury T. clerk, bds King, opp the market 
Flynn, Robert, laborer, h Earl, nr Bagot 
Flynn, Thomas, auctioneer and commission merchant, King, opp tKc 

market, h same 
Fohijan, James, brickmaker, bds Grove, nr River 
Foley, M. moulder, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Foley, Mrs. Mary (widow) h Wellington, nr Queen 
Foley, Peter, shoemaker. King, nr Johnson, h same 
Folger, B. W. (Folgcr & Bro.) h William, cor Bagot 
Folger, M. H. (Folger & Bro.) h William, cor Bagot 
Folger & Bro. (B. W. & M. H. Folger) exchange and money brokers. 
Outnyio, nr Clarence 



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Foot, Henry, pastry cook and baker, lG-4 Princess, h same . 

Fdrbes, Mrs. Jane (wid 'William) h Barrie, nr Picard 

Ford, John, laborer, h Brock, nr Johnson 

Ford, Robert M. (Anderson & Ford) h William, nr King 

Ford, William, jun. tanner, dealer in hides, leather, and machine belt- 
ing. King, opp the market, h Queen, nr Sydenham 

Forrest, A. shoemuker, h Yonge, nr Barrie 

Forrest, Jlrs. Jauet Mary, midwife, h King, bet Barrack and Queen 

Fortier, James G. book-keeper,' Kingston Brtwery and Distillery, h 
West, nr King 

Foster, Abraham, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 30 Princess, h sanAe 

Foster, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Wellington, cor Union 

Foster, Francis, shoemaker, h Barrie, nr William 

Foster, Mrs. Mary Jnne (wid Arthur) h Queen, cor Barrie 

Foster, OrTal, chair maker and finisher, h 61 Johnson, opp Division 

Foster, Patrick, h Place d'Armcs, nr Ontario 

Fountain, James, whitcwasher, h Clergy, nr Ordnance' 

Fowler, Fife, physician and surgeon, h Earl, cor King 

Fowler, John G. plasterer, h Johnson, nr Gordon 

Fowler, Miss Mary, bds 87 Johnson 

Fowler, Mrs. Mary, (wid Charles) h Wellington, nr Queen 

Fowler, S.imucl D. clerk. Custom riouse, h 95 Princess 

Fowler, William, helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Go, 

Fowler, AVilliam, laborer, h Yonge, nr Barrie 

Fox, John, laborer, h Rideau, nr Barrack 

FOX, JOnN C. piano forte manufacturer. Princess, cor Ontario, h 
Kingston Township {see card, p. CO) 

Foxton, Peter, policeman, h Barrie, nr Bagot 

Frahay, Patrick, laborer, h Beverly, nr King 

Francis, Garrett, gruom, h Beverly, nr King 

Frank, Feeley, clerk, bds Wellington 
■ Fraser, Alexander, clerk, h Barrie, nr Centre 

Frnscr, David, bda St. tawrcnce Hotel; Market square 

Fraser, Donald, student, bds Johnson, nr Barrie 

FRASER, HUGH, wliolcsale grocer. King, cor Princess, h nr King 

FRASER, JOHN (Fraser & George) h Earl, bet Clergy and 
Sydenham 

Fraser, Simon, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Fraser, Simon W. cuard. Provincial Penitentiary 

FRASER & GEORGE (John Fraser and F. J. George) wholesnla 
and retail hardware, Princess, bet Wellington and Bagot 

Frntes, G. laborer, h Princess, nr Clergy 

Free, Samuel, inason, h Centre, nr Patrick 

Frederick, J. F. book keeper, Wm. Martin, bds Princess, ur Montreal 

Frcil, James, clerk, Sheriff's Office, Court- House, bds Queen, nr 

, Sydenham 



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Frleldlander, Samnel, telegraph operator and ticket clerk, b Kingston 

station 
Friendship, Thomas, laborer, h Durham, Willismsville 
Froiland, J. D. gold and silversmiih, Brock, bet King and Wellington, 

h same 
PRONTENAC LOAN AND INVESTMENT SOCIETY, Thonlas 

Kirkp.itrick, president, Thomas Briggs, manager, Ontario, ur 

Burnett House 
Frost, E. book-keeper, h Catharine; nr First 
Frost, Edward, laborer, h Stuart, nr First 
Fullen, David, carpenter, h Kingston station 
Fuller James, machinist and gunsmith. Brock, cor Bagot, h lam* 
Funston, Mrs. Martha (wid William) h Barrie, nr Centre 
Furlong, Thomas, laborer, Canadian Engine and Maohiuory Co. 
Furzer, John, cab driver, h Johnson, nr Gordon « 

(3- 

Gahbett, Robert P. captain. Royal' Artillery, h Queen, nr Clergy 
Gage, Matthew, watchmaker and jeweller. King, nr Princess, h Wel- 
lington, cor William 
Gage, Robert, watchmaker. King, nr Princess, h Wellington, cor Wil- 
liam 
Gaines, Nelson, laborer, bds Barrack, nr Ontario 
Gake, Samuel, stonecutter, h Colborne, bet Upper Bagot and Division 
Gallagher, John, cabman, h. Barrack, nr Ontario 
Gallagher, Joseph, carpenter, H Montreal, bet John and Picard 
Gallavan, James, sailor, h Rideau, nr Ordnance 
Galleghar, Emanuel, ship c.irpentcr, h Wellington, nr 13arraolc ' 
Galleghar, Francis, sailor, h "Wellington, nr Queen 
Gallivan, James, engineer, J. H, Henderson & Co. h Rideau, nr Bar. 

rack 
Gallivan, John; ship builder and dry dock, ft Wellington,, bds Com. 

mcrcial Hotel,. Brock 
Galloway, James, prop Belfast House, Ontario, cor Earl 
Garde, Mrs. Margaret (wid William) h Jenkins Lano, nr Stuart 
Gardiner, James, butcher, Kingston market, h Ordnance, nr Clergy 
Gardiner, James, (R. & J. Gardiner), h William, nr Bagot' 
Gardiner, Robert (B. & J. Gardiuer), h AViliiam, nr Bagot 
Gardiner, E. & J. (Robert and James), dry goods, 192 Princesi 
Gardner, David, coppersmith, h. Colborne, nr Clergy 
Gardner, James, butcher, h Ordnance, nr Barrie 
Qnrrett, Mrs. Amelia (widow Robert N.) h Union, bet King and 

Ontario 
Qnrrigau, Jam(5si shoemaker, h Wellington, bet Brock and Princess 
Garvin, Edward, laborer, b Ordnance, nr Montreal 



GO 



ADVKHTISING DIRECTOnY. 



JOHN DUNBAR, 

MERCHANT TAH^OR 

Nearly Opposite the City Hotel, Princess Street, 

KINGSTON, C. W. 

A general assortment of Roady Mado Clothing, Hats,' Caps, 40., always on hand/ 
Cheap for Cash. 




MANOFACTURER OF 




Cor. of King and Princess Streets, 

KINGSTON, C.W. 

BEALEU Iff "' 

Dyo Stuffs, <S:o , &c., &c. 

PRINCESS STREET, COR. MONTREAL STREET, 
KINGSTON, C.W. 



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Qaryin, Edward, provision dealer, North Market square, b Ordnance, 

nr Eidenii 
Oasltin, Joliu, purser, h Clcrpy, nr Barrio 
Qaskin Robert, captain, li AVellington, ur Earl 
Gasliin, Hobert, muson, li liarrie, nr Earl 
GatliinH, Michael, proplliberniaa llouse. Brock, bet Ontario and 

King 
Qaw, Samuel, carpenter, li Union, nr Wellington 
Gay, Charles, h Sydemliain, nr Colborue ■ 
Geall, John, butcLer, Kingston Market, h Kingston Station 
Gee, Clinrles, (I'cnso &, Gee) bds (J3 Princess 
Qcc, John, tailor, h Princess, nr Barrie 
Qemloy, livv. John, Wcbleyua Methodist, pastor Sydenham Street 

Church, h Johnson, nr Barrio. 
Qance, Thomas, laborer, h Yonge, nr Barrio 

Qetievey, Eugene, umbrella maker and cutler, Johnson, nr Welling- 
ton, h same. 
OEOKGE, E. J. (Eraser & George) h Barriefield Village. 
QEOEGE, JOSEPH, carpenter and joiner, h Wellington, nr Union 
Geory, Edward, shoemaker, h Gore, nr Ba^ot 
QEIUGUTY, CAPT. PATRICK, Town Major, office Queen, h 

JoliuaoD, nr Bagot 
Qernthy James, huckster, North Market square, h Wellington, ur 

Clarence 
Gibbon, William, pensioner, bds King, nr Barrack 
Gibbons, Benjamin, temporary guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Gibbons, John, salesman, bds William, nr Bacot 
QIBERTON, A. (Giberton & Yarker) h Eidcau 
GIBERTON & YARKER, (A. Giberton and Jas. S. Y.".rker) im- 
porters British and American hardware, IG Ercck (see card, 
p. 62) 
Gibson, David, grocer, 80 Princess, h same 
Gibjion, Mrs. Elizabeth (widow Joseph,) b Montreal Road 
Uibsou, J. roller, Victoria Iron Work-f, h Montreal road 
Gibson, Joseph, shoemaker, h Queen, nr Bagot 
Oihann, William, sailor, h Centre, nr Gordon 
GILliEUT, II. J. (Gilbert & Kent), bds American Hotel 
GILBERT & KBMT. (II. J. Gilbert and Noel Kent) prop. British 

American Hotel, Clarence, cor King 
0ILUER8LEEVE, C. F. (Gildersleeve & Gildersleeve) agent Colo- 
nial Litb Assurance Co., and Registrar lor the Diocese of Onta- 
rio, h Simcoe, nr the Park 
• OILUERSLEEVE, J. P. (Gildcrsleevo & Oilderaleeve, h G3 Kin" 
OILDICRSLEEVE & GILDERSLEEVE, (0. F. and J. P. Qildor- 

slecvc,) barristers, Claierce, nr Ontario 
OLll, Robert, prop tbo Ofltco Saloon, Brock, nr King, h Kin" 



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ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 



G-IBERTON" & YA.RKEB, 



pri 




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16 Bie^OCK: ST., K:iIsrC3-STOIT. 

WHOLESALE 

BSUgfslT k BlIilLf 



IMrOHTER AN'D DEALlilt IN 




GHEfy^lDALSj PATENT MEDIGINES| 

And Dye Stuffs, 

&ARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER SEEDS, 
COB. OF PEINCESS & BAGOT STS., KINGSTON, O.W. 



A Large Stock of Coal Oil Lamps, and Trimmings, 

KRPT CONSTiNTLT ON HAND. 



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Gill, Thomas, ranson, h Arch, bet Deacon and Union 

Gillespie, James, baker, bds Wellington, bet Priuceas and Queen 

Gillespie, William, laborer, h Deacon, nr Barrio 

Gillespie, William, patern maker, Canadian Engine nud llachineTy 
Company. 

Gilmour, George, carpenter, b James, nr Patrick 

Oilmour, Samuel, pedlar, b Centre, bet Barrio and Gordon 

Gilroy, John, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Gilroy, Thomas, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Givens, Mrs. Charlotte (wid Cbriatopber), b William, nr Welling- 
ton . 

Givens, C.npt. William, h Division, nr Princess 

Givens, William, Captain schooner Helen, b 89 Brock 

GLASSFOED, JONES, & Co. fornarder? and .commissioa mer- 
chants, Ontario nr Queen 

Glassop, Mrs. Mary, b 10 Princess 

Gleesou, Mrs. AVinefred, (widow James) h West, nr Ontario 

Gliddcn, John N. clerk George Chaffey & Bro. bds Queen, nr Barria 

Glidden, William, foreman British American, b Union, nr Barrio 

GliJdon, John, laborer, h Queen, nr Montreal 

Glynn, Patrick, carter, h Bond Head, nr Bay 

Godwin, James Thomas, h Queen, nr Barrio 

Godwin, Thomas, shoemaker, b Division, nr Brock. 

GoU, Frederick, piano-maker, bds City Hotel 

Goode, Mrs. Sarah, matron. Widows and Orphans Protestant Homo, 
Union, cor Gordon, h same 

Goodearle, Humphrey, gilder and picture framer, Wellington, pr 
Princess, h King, nr O'Kill 

Goodeve, John, clerk Peter Campbell, bds 15'1 Princess 
Goodfellow, Uenry G. salesman City Book Store, b Second, nr Chat- 
ham 
Goodfellow, Robert, h Second, nr Stuart 
Goodman, John, laborer, h GO Ontario 
Goodman, Mrs. Mary (widow Daniel), b Ceptre, bet Barrie and 

Gordon 
Goolden, Michael, tailor, 8 Johnson, h samo 
Gooseberry, Ambrose, sailor, b William, nr Bagot 
CORDON THOMAS, mathematical master Elingston Grammac 

School, h Brock, nr Bagot 
Gorman, Patrick, laborer, h Montreal Road 
Gormley. Mrs. Ann, (widow Jaraea, b Bay, nr Bond Head 
Qormlcy, James, sailor, b Bay, bet Bideau and Bond Head 
Gott, Mrs. Elizabeth, b 8 Place d'Arraes 
Gough, James, ship carpenter, h Brock, nr Bagot 
Qqugon, Martin, waiter, bd^ Kingston Station 
Gourdier, Louis, piano-maker, bds Princess, nr Clergy 



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KINGSTON CITT 



Gowdey, James, bntcher, 149 Princess, h aame 

Grafton, EdwarJ, h Centre, nr Gordon 

Grafton, Edwin, painter, li Colborne, nr Upper Bagot 

Graham, Mr. lake captain, h Brock, nr Barrie 

Graham, Charles, apprentice D. Branigan, bds same 

Graham, David, laboror, h Tongo, nr Barrie 

Graham, James, bLiekamith, bds King, cor Queen 

Graham, John, blacksmith, bds Queen, cor King 

Graham, Richard, book-keeper, Eraser & George, h Portsmouth 

Graham, Thomas, laborer, h York, nr Barrie 

Graham, Tliomas, waiter, li Kideau, nr Barrack 

Graham, "William, laborer, h Colborne, nr Clergy 

Graham, William, pensioner, h Brock, nr Barrie 

Graham, William, watchman Victoria Iron Works, h head of Queen 

Gralton, John, grocery, I-IS Princess, h eamo 

Grand Trunk Depot School, Miss Ann E. Woollard, teacher, nr G. 

T. E. Depot 
Grange, Charles W. JIajor Eoyal Canadian Rifles, h Sydenham, nr 

Johnson 
Grant, Allan, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Grant, Henry C. h Plum, ur Division 
Gravell, Joseph, carpenter, h Montreal, nr Bay 
Graves, George, laborer, h Stuart, nr Jenkins Lane 
Graves, George, storeman, Wm. Martin 

Gray, A. messenger, Trust and Loan Co. h King, cor Princess 
Gray, David John, medical student, bds Barrie, nr William 
Gray, George, chandler, b Eideau, nr Bay 
Gray, George, laborer, h Eideau, nr Ordnance 
Gray, James M. student, bda Barrie, nr William 
Gray John, mason, h Barrie, ur William 
Gray, Mrs. lilary, (wid Arthur) h Barrie, nr Princess 
Gray, Kev. Patrick, pastor Chalmer's Free Church of Scotland, h 

Clergy, nr William 
Gray, Patrick, laborer, h Ontario, nr Princess 
Green, Isaac, laborer, h Ontario, opp Burnett House 
Green, John, butcher, Kingston Market, h Princess, WilliamsTillo 
Green, Lewis, laborer, h Johnson, nr Barrie 
Green.iway, James, laborer, h Centre, nr Barrie 
Greenfield, James, messenger, h Eideau, nr Bay 
Greenwood, Mrs. Ann (widow John Andrew) b Division, nr Plum 
Greenwood, John A. grocer, 79 Prince.is, h same 
Greenwood, Miss Sarah, teacher Queen St. School, bds Division, nr 

Plum 
Greer, John, wood merchant, bds Anglo American Hotel 
Griffin, Mrs. Ann (widow Thomas) prop Griffin House, Brock, cor- 
f Ontario 



ALPIIADETrCAL DIRECTORY. 



cn 



GrffBn, Thomas, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co 
Or mason Henry, saloon, PrinceHs. nr Cherry, b sa„ ^ 
Gnmm, Henry, butcher and pork dealer J-ikP.-Z i 

Grinstead Robert, gardner, h'73 Bro 'k " ^"°'"'' ^ "'''' 

""^'qIu """""' '"™-' ^^^"-S'-' -^ Brock, hBaggot.nr 

J^nvtV^^iT'T^^V"'''^ Provincial Penitentiary 

""'^Ck/rgr'^^^^^^"' ^'- ^"-thers^^ Co.) h Johnson, cor 

Gunn, Alexander, assistant fitter, bds Kincston Station 
Gunn, Uanicl.kborer, h Princess, William^svTe 
Gunn, Miss Janet, assistant matron. Provincial Ponitentinrr 
Gunn, John, drug clerk, bds 47 Princess ^o^'tentiary 

Gunn, I eter, messenger. Custom House, h same 

r • WM *"■ ^; '''''°'""' ^ ?'<="'•''. " Montreal 
Gunn, Wi Imm, drug elerk, hds 47 Princess 
Uunniug Edward, laborer, h near head William 
Gurley, Mrs. .-arah, h Union, nr Arch 

™7k^ng"' ^- ''-''■''-P-' George ChaiFey & Bros, bds Brock, 

Gwynne, Mrs. Susannah, (widow John) h Clergy, nr Princes, 

Hflckct, Johnson, shoemaker, h Barrie, nr William 

Hackett, J.^hn, huckster, Kingston Market, h King, nr Clarence 

Iladdigan, James J. book-keeper. James Hartv. bds BurnrHll 

Ha.ner, George, butcher, h Durham, Williamsville " "°"" 

Ilnfner, Philip, butcher, Kingston Market, h Waterloo 

Ilngerty, David, guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h West nr Ont^rin 

Hngern.an, Mrs. Ann (wido.v Joseph) h Wellington, nr Erl 

Hngiterty. Mrs. h r 79 Princess 6 , ir i.ari 

Haight, T. L manager A. Phillips' billiard saloon, h Barrack 

1 mi.es, EH. clerk, G.berton & Yarker. bds Burnett House 

llaines, William, manner, h Johnson, nr Gordon 

Haley, Thomas, sailor, h Quee.i, nr Bagot 

"""■ '^f"- ^.''^a''eth (widow William) huckster, h Clarence, nr tha 

Hall. James, sailor, bds Ontario, nr Johnson 
Hall, Mrs. Mary (widow William) h William, nr Barrie 
Hall, Itobert, laborer, h Barrie, cor William 
Ilnll, William, laborer, li Earl, nr Bagot 

Ilaljigan, John, grocer, Brock, ur King, bds British Empire Hotel 
lln hgnn. Richard, projirietor Commercial Inn, Princess, nr Ontario 
Unlligan, Thomas, salesman, bds Commercial Inn Broel" 
Ilallinnn, JIrs Mary (widow Nicholas) hueks'ter, North Jlnrk.t 
square, h William, bet King and Welliugtou "'"riset 

5 



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Ilamel, E. bookseller auJ stationer, King, nr Princess, bds same 

Ilnmill, Patrick, gunrd. Provincial Penitentiary 

Hamilton, Clarke, captain, h Emily 

Hamilton, Edward, overseer. Provincial Penitentiary 

Hamilton, Edward, tailor, Adam Thomson, h Montreal Road 

Hamilton, J. J. ^foccr, wine and spirit merchant, 44 King, h same 

HAMILTON, HON. JOHN, M. P. P. general manager Canadian 

Inland Steam Navigation Company, St. Lawrence Wharf, foot 

Johnson, h Maitland, nr the Park 
Hamilton, Jlrs. Rebecca (widow George) h Ellice, nr Hamilton's 

Lane 
Hamilton, Robert, roller, Victoria Iron Works, h Rideau 
Hamilton, Sannicl, blacksmith, Victoria Iron Works, h head of Queon 
Hammill, Peter, carpenter, bds Johnson, nr Ontario 
Hammond, Patrick, sailor, li William, nr 13agot 
Ilance, Isaac, bailiff, h Princess, Willianisville 
HANCE, S. B. United States Consul, Princess, cor Wellington, bdi 

Burnett House 
Hand, Chriitopljcr, pensioner, h Queen, nr Bagot 
Hanlin, ]\Irs. Mary, h PicarJ, nr Barrie 

Hanlon, William, boatman, h Ontario, nr Princess , 

Hannan, Robert, laborer, h nr head Yonge 
Hannay, William, lake captain, h Brock, nr Barrie 
Ilanuigan, John, tailor, bds Ontario, nr Brock 
Ufaisc, Alfred, broom-njaker, bds Bailey 
Hanson, Mrs. Klizubetli (widow George) h foot Bay 
Hanson, Lewis, laborer, h Wellington, nr William 
Harback, Mrs. Frances (widow Hiram R.) h Colborne, nr Barrie 
Harback, Horace Adam, clerk, bds Colborne, nr Barrie. 
Hardingc, Robert, clerk, h King 
Hardingc, Robert U. h King, nr West 
Hardy, Edward II. gentleman, h Sydenham, cor Earl 
Hardy, George, h Princess, bet Wellington and Bagot 
Hardy, Joseph, h William, nr Barrie 
Hardy, Joseph, engineer, h Ontario, nr Barrack 
Hardy, Mrs. Margaret (widow Robert) h Princess, nr Gordon 
Hardy, Thomas, bukcr, bds Wellington, Let Princess and Queen 
Harcn, Isaac C. broker, h Earl, bet King and Wellington 
Harken, James, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Company 
Harkes, John, cbina and glass, Princess, near AVellington, h King, nr 

Brock 
Harkiii, Mrs Catliarine (widow Martin) h foot Bay 
Uarkin, Joseph, finisher, h William, nr Bagot 

Harkncss, John, blacksmith, h Balaclava, bet Sydenham and Patrick 
Harkness, William, engineer, JSrilisli Whig, h Balaclava nr Fioard 
Harmer, James, carpenter, h Kingston Station 



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Ilanncr, William, sen. joiner, h Kingston Station 

Ilnrmcr, William, jnn. carpenter, h Kingston Station 

HaroKl, Wdham, carj]entcr, h Earl, nr Barrie 

Harper, James F. junior clerk, Commercial Bank, bds Sydenham 

Ilar|.er, Samuel, bookkeeper, h King, nr Gore 

Ilarriman, Richard, sailor, h William, nr Bagot 

llarruigton, Jeremiah, captain, h Bagot, cor°Earl 

Harris, James, broommaker, h Williamsville 

Harris, John, sailmaker, h Princess, Williamsville 

IIAKUIS, P. P. manager. Bank of Montreal, h over the Bank 

Hams, Samuel, pensioner, h Barrie, nr Earl 

Harrison, Thomas, blacksmith, h Centre, bet Barrie and Gordon 

Uarrold, Mrs. Ll.za (widow Alexander) dressmaker, rear 15 Brock, h 

Harrold, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Centre, nr Gordon 

ILirrold, William, carpenter, h Centre, nr Barrie 

Hartley, Stephen, h William, cor Clergy 

lla.trich, John, locksmith, h Queen, bet Clergy and Barrie 

Harty, James, wholesale grocer, h William, nr Sydenham 

Harty James, wholesale grocer, wine and spirit merchant, foot 

Prmeess, cor Ontario, h Earl, nr Clergy 
HARTY, PATRICK, dry goods. Market square, h Wellington, nr 

Clarence b j "■ 

S"''^' ,^)r'!!'"'"' '^"°k-keeper, James Harty, Wellington, opp P. O. 
Harty, W.llmm, wholesale grocer, Ontario, foot Princess, li WcUinir. 

ton, opp P. O. "-'""b 

Harvey, James, clerk, bds in the Barracks 
IL'VTCII, CHARLES H agent Royal Mail, St. Lawrence Wharf. 

foot Johnson, h 22 Gore, nr Wellington 
Hatch, Chester, boarding house, 1/3 Princess 
Hatch, William, guard Provincial Penitentiary 
Hathorn, Robert, mason, h Adelaide 

Uatrick, Richard, machinist, Victoria Iron Works, h head of Queen 
Hatton, J. R. steward, Kingston Hospital, h same 
Hatton, James, tailor, Adam Thomson, h Brock 
HAVEN, I. C. exchange broker. King, opp the Market, h Earl nr 

Hawlcy, Thomas B. pedlar, h Centre, nr Gordon 

HAY, WILLIAM, tailor and draper, 19 Brock, bet Kina; a-.d Wei. 

lington, h same 
Hayes, Mrs. Catharine (widow George) h Johnson, nr Ba^-ot 
Hayes, James, cabinetmaker, h Johnson, nr Bagot ° 

Hay ward, John, pianoforte tuner, J. Vj. Fox, h 1 Queen 
Hayward, William, blacksmith, h Johnson, nr Gorilo;. 
Hayward, William (Hayward & Downing) h King, i-.r Gordon 
Hayward & Downing (William Hayward and James Doiruin?) T,rcDri. 

etora Grand Trunk Brewery, King ' *^ 



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Ileagnn, John, laborer, bds King, nr Centre 
Henley, Miss Ellen, h Bajot, nr William 
Healy, John, hhicksmitli, h King, nr Claicnce 
Ilealy, Mrs. Julia (wid John) li Johnson, nr Ontario 
Hcarn, William, book-keeper, G. S. Ilobart, h Williamsville 
Heasley, James, machinist, h Brock, nr Bau'ot 
Heusley, James, ri%'et-makcr Victoria Iron Works, li Brock 
Heath, Charles, chemist and druggist, 47 Princess, h same 
Hefner, Mrs. Sarah (widow Philip) h Main, nr Picard 
Hcgarty, Daniel, grocer, Ontario, nr William, h same 
Hegarty, George, guard Provincial Penitentiary 
Height, Thomas, h Barrack, nr Rideau 

Heissermann, John, piano-maker, J. C. Fox, h Ordnance, nr Syden- 
ham 
Helligan, Thomas, cabman, h Wellington, nr William 
Henderson, Frank, blacksmith, bds Queen, cor King 
Henderson, Henry, photographer, Princess, nr Wellington, h same 
Henderson, Jnnies, laborer, h 77 Brock , 

Henderson, James A. physician and surgeon, Johnson, cor Welling- 
ton, h sani? 
UENDEUSO.V, JOHN, prop City News Depot, Princess, nr Wel- 
lington, h same 
Henderson, Peter R. h King, nr Centre 

Henderson, W. P. clerk Trust and Loan Co of U. C. h Barrie 
HENDERSON, JAMEd II. & CO. forwarding and shipping mer- 
chants, foot Gore 
HENDRY, J.A.MES A. salesman, h Earl, cor Clergy 
Hendry, Robert, soap and candle manufacturer, h Centre, nr Barrie 
HENDRY, ROBERT, Jun. wholesale and retail grocer. Princess, cor 

Montreal, h Barrie, cor Johnson (see card, p. GO) 
HENDRY, TIIOM.\S, (Thomas Hendry & Co.) h Earl, cor Clergy 
HENDRY, i;^OMAS & CO. (Thos. Hendry and George S. Fenwick) 

wholesale grocers, 9 Ontario, (see card, p. 70) • 

Hennessy, Mrs. Mary (widow Coleman) h West, nr Oatario 
Henry, .\lice (wid James) li 7G Princess 
Henrv, Miss Jane, dressmaker, h 70 Princess 
Henry, Miss Mary, dealer in fancy goods, toys, &c. Wellington, nr 

Princes.s, h same 
Henry, Patrick, tavern keeper. Princess, Williamsville 
Henry, Robert, grocer, Princess, li G9 Johnson, cor Barrie 
Henrv, Thomas, grocer, wholesale, h Earl, nr Clergy 
Henting, Charles, h Victoria, Williamsville 

Herchemer, L. W. gentleman, h St. Lawrence Cottage, nr King 
Herchunier, W. AL law student, lids St. Lnwreucc Cottage, King 
Herley, Patrick, sailor, h Qne^'n, nr Wellington 
Uermistou, John, cabniaa, h Gordon, nr William 



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63 



llerrulge. Rev William, Primitive Methodist, 1. Qy Princesj 

Hersey, David, carpenter, h Victoria, Williamsville 

Ilersey, David John, clerk, bds Victoria, Williamsville 

Hersey, Samuel S carpenter, bds Victoria, W.Uiamsville 

Hersey, Thomas Albert, carpenter, h Stuart, cor Fifth 

IJess, George, helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Company 

IL bberl, J.imes L. pruiter, h Princess, Wdliamsville ^ ^ ' 

and Ki!f°"''' *^'''""' °'"'''"'' P™P"'='o'-, Brock, bet Ontario 
Hickey, Mrs. Anne (widow James) h Earl, nr Ba^ot 
ll.ckey, Mrs. Ellen (widow Edward) h WUliam, n" Cler-r 
liickej-, James, engineer, h Centre, nr Gordon "^ 

Dickey, John, bartender, bds Barrack, cor Ontario 

iligtit, Joseph, laborer, h nr head William 

11.11, Mrs. iMary (widow Francis) h King, nr Gore 

1 1, hs, James, blacksmith, bds iiagot, bet Princess and Brock 

Dillis, Ihomas, shoemaker, bds 103 Brock 

Hilton, John, h Picard, nr Barrie 

T.'i vnV^ w'' n'' '■■'"■P^""''-' ^'°''^' '»• Jol>nson, h same 
HINDS. W. G^ m.anager Bank U. C. h King nr Qneen 
uUon, Edward aborer, Colborne, bet Division and Upper Ba>ot 
I.S op, John, w,th J. G. King, 76 King, bds York, nr B^arrie ° 
I .»lop, Mrs. Mary (widow Alexander) h York, nr Barrie 
T nn'>"i;^?'^"'^'' ""'^'"■'•' h J*"y. "■■ Bond Head 
liUBAKl, G S. wholesale and retail chemist and druggist. Princess 

ir 1 ?v^?'' '' S''™"> ""' S'- P""''^ Church (see card, p g") 
odges, \\. ham F. sailor, h Victoria. Williamsville ^' ' 

odgius, Thomas, sen. bds Arch, bet Deacon and Union 

o^fn^TliT"''-'?','- ^'""^'^""^■■' h Arch, bet Deacon and Union 
jogau, James, moulder, Kmgston Foundry 

°and"^W ^' P™P"''°' Commercial Hotel. Brock, bet Ontario 

Ilogan, Michael, carter, 1, Ordnance, bet Clergy and Sydenham 
1 ogan, PjUnck, shoemaker, bds King, nr Clarence ^-^ "'"'""" 
llo urn, George, laborer, h Colborne, nr Division 
der, Benjamin, carpenter, h Wellington, nr Brock 
der, Henry, shoemaker, bds Brock, bet King and Wellineton 

n "1'w'i ■"'^' °""''' Trovincial Penitentiary 
lo land, M ,1I,„,„, laborer, h Bagot cor Brock 
-> man Samuel, laborer, h Montreal, nr Princess 

Bay °"'"'''' ■^""'"''' '^'^''""'' ^ ^'""' """^' ^"- ^"'^ ""* 

IM^'iVrX''"""'^' '"■^O''^'''' ^ Kingston Station 

'io,t, WiUiam, tanner, h John, bet Montreal and Patrick 



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ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 



THOMAS HEIVDRY & Co. 

IMPORTERS AND GENERAL 
KINGSTON, C. W. 



PENITENTIARY BOOT AND SHOE WAREHODSE, 

NO. 3G PRINCESS ST., KINGSTON. 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IH 

mms^ iiQii, mm 

Moccasins, Snow-Shoes, etc. 





84 PniN'CESS STREET, 

KINGSTON, C. W. 



ROBEET A. IRWIN, 



Proprietor, 



This House being the most centrnl in the City, commercial travellers 
will find it the most convenient to stop at. 



I 

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i- 
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ALPnADETICAL DinECTORY. 



71 



N.B -STAGES LEAVE THIS HOUSE TOR ALL PARTS. 



Ilolt, M ,11mm G. carpenter, h Prineesa, Williamsville 

nnl7n '"l "; ^'''"' ^ ^^'^"''"g'"". ^<^t Gore and Union 

Hood, Iluu'h salesman, h Union, opp the Park 

1 ood, M,S3 Jane, teacher, Johnson Street School 

I ood, John, engineer, h Union, nr Wfllini>(on 

Hooker, Llijah, accountant, h Ontario bit^Tim^V .., i -n • 

Hooker, Elijah, Victoria In'n, Ontario?nr bS ^"""" 

Hooper, C. bookkeeper, h Rideau, nr North 

""T'Nonh- ''"' """''' ^"''^'^ ^'"= ^"~ Company, h Rideau, 
Hope, Isaac, Government contractor, 1. Colbornc, nr Sydenham 
OPE JAMEs"/"";'""','' f '^"'.°"' °PP «• C- Church 
'j'ohnsln'fse; ctd. ^"vo)'" '^'""' '' ^"""^^' ^ Clergy, cor. 
Hopkirk, Mrs. h Barrie, nr Princess 
Hopkirk, James, clerk. Custom House, h Barrie 
Hopeson, William, baker, h Victoria 

HORAN, RT. REV. ED\VA.RD TOHN n r -n- u . „■ 
^ res the Palace. Johnson; near b°™' ^^ ^''^°^ "^ ^'"SS'""' 
Horan, Miss Martha, h Clergy, nr AVillinn. 
Horan, M.ehacl, grocer, Kiner, nr Barrack, h same 

rsrL'i'K i,"* f ,;.T "» '•"■• - ""' -' "»" " 

Horsey, Edward, architect P. p. h .52 Brock 
Horsey, Edwin, tinsmith, bds City Hotel 

Horton, Or.n. boardmg-house, Ontario, opp Burnett House 
Hotel D.eu, under the religious hospi.alle^rs of St Joseph Brock 

wa d' ?7-.^^I- Episcopal Metho'dist, h Princess, Gordon 
Jloward, Edw.n ship carpenter, h Bagot. nr Brock 

Howell,' Tf "■ ^""TX ''-"PP^^ D'^s'^' - Ellice 

I n 1 ', i',"'""' ^- Pl-ysican, h Gore, bet Wellington and Kin.. 

J °"^"il'Jhoma.,, cabman, h Brock, nr Barrie ° ' 

Tr ^r"' ,J-i •*'"' g'^sfi""-' i> Q'-ecn, nr Ontario 

Huf r v"''t'' f'l ^"Pe-'e.-, h Earl, near King 
n, ■ rl";, "", ^""'"^^C'J"^'^^) 1' Jol'nson, nr Wellington 

Hun ■ Tl ' , . °''"' ' •^"''"^°"' "^ Wellington 

1 unt, Ihomas, laborer, h Johnson, nr Wellin^non 
liunter, Edward, bds Barrack, nr Ontario " 



ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 



PH^rJiK FOUNDRY STOVE DEPOT. 

R. M. HORSEY, 

W0i'licv in M^H Ujictjtlo ill (Snnn'itl, 

And Dealer In 
FOR ■V700D AND COAL. 

No. 166 PRINCESS STREET, KINGSTON, C.W. 



James B. Johnson, 

BMBll & HiiaBiissia, 

Wellington Street, Kingston, C. W. 
Hair Dying and Shampooing in the Latest Styles, 

PERFUMERY OF EVERY DESCRiPTJON CONSTANTLY ON HAND. 

N. B. — Gentlemen attended at their Residences If required. 



TtiatA^S [*G&EElMaTX 



KINGSTON, C. W. 



3D. T>/S:^'X>01Srj^.XjT>, 

BELL-HANGER fii GAS-FITTER, 

OPPOSITE tie ^COMI^RCIALBANK^ KINGSTON, C.W, 

Steamboats, Bieweries aud Dibtillerics fitted up on tlie most approved 
principles, at reasonable Terms, 

Baths, Water Closets, and Wash Basins, Lift, Force and Beer Pumps. 



ALPil.illKTICAL DIRECTORY. 



73 



Hunter, George book-keeper, S. T. Drennan, h Bagot, nr Princes. 
Hunter, Miss Hannah, dressmaker, bds nr G. T. R Denot 
Hunter, James Laborer, h Jenkins' lane, bet Stuart and Division 
Hunter, John, blacksmith, bds Kingston Station 
Hun er, Paul, tavernkeeper, Barrie, nr Karl, h same 
Hunter, Robert, engmcmau, bds Kingston Station 
Hunter, \\i ham, bhicksmith, h Kingston Station 
Hunter. Milharh, cabman, h Division, nr Plum 
Hurley, John (agent) green grocer. King, nr Clarence, h same 
Hurst, James, sailor, bds James, nr Montreal 
ilurst, Thomas, sailor, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 
Hurton, Ehjah clerk. A. Foster, h Ontario, opp Burnett House 
Hussey, Patrick, woodman, h Kingston Station 
ilu cheson, James, broom-maker, h Jenkins' lane, cor Stuart 
Hu tcheson, Mrs. Margaret J. (widow Adam) h William "ir Barrie 
to',n"'samr '• ^'""'"'^^'''° ''°"''"S ='ore, Brock, nr We7ung- 

Hl'''y\7' ^T'' <^-. '!"'■''"• ^'^' ^™^'- '°' Wellington 
Hyland, Mrs. Ann (widow John) h Wellington, cor Gore 

"'Troet' hTine:::- ""' '""'''' ^'"'"■^^' "' '-■="' -<> ^Ing. nr 
Hyman. Solomoir, jun. salesman, bds Princess, nr Wellington 

X 

Illscy, Charles, laborer, h Sydenham, ur Bay 

ii.,.^^', ''"' ''"sni'tli. bds Sydenham, nr Bay 

INGLIS RKV W. MAXWELL, M. A.,^F. 11. S. E pastor St 

Andrew's Church, h Clergy, cor Queen ''•''■ ■^- P"'"' St. 

Ingram, G. helper, Canadian Enghie and Machinery Co 

rwiniam' '''''"''''' ^''""'^'"" ^^"Sincand Machinery Co. h Bagot. 
^^^Bf^rie""'"^ ^' "'^ '"°''"'^'' °^"' ^'^^ Buildings, h O'Kill, nr 

'"'^^nadrh Quer"""""'' '"'"'' """ ^"^'^ ^-'"■"^ "^ ^^^ 

Ireland, William, accountant, h Queen, nr Clergy 

Irons, airs. S. A. (widow S. A.) h Johnson, nr Bagot 

Irving, Alexander, cooper, h Queen, nr Wellington 

TrZ*''" P ^"' lx>i'"maker. Canadian Engine and Macliinery Co. 

Irving, Robert, carpenter, h Union, nr Wellington 

Irving, William, sen. (William Irving & Son) h Clergy, cor William 

&lerS c"o"; Wilh^m ^'"'""" "" "'" ''"""" J"-) »'"''ders. 
Irwm, Artiiur, blacksmith, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 



KINGSTON CITY ^ 

John, h William, nr Kin; 

Ricliard, tailor, bds WiUiain, nr Bap;ot 

N. ROUERT A. proprietor City Hotel, 34 Princess (see card, 

.70) 

William, laborer, h Kinp;, nr Earl • 

William, fiuisbcr, Canadian Engine and Macliinery Co. 

J" 

Hueh, citv missionary, h Barric, nr Picard 
on, David E. salesman, bds Pri cess, bet Bagot and Wellington 
on, John, laborL-r, li Gl Johnson 

m, Joseph, clerk, S. T. Drcnnan, li north end Sydenham 
on, Mrs. Mary, (widow Bi-njamin) h til Johnson 
on, Robert, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
on, William, finisher, h Colbornc, nr Clergy 
on, William, painter, h York, nr Division 
on, William, painter, h Old Rock road 
is, Adam, shoeinnkcr, h Jenkins' lane, nr Stuart 
3, Iltnry, tailor. Queen, nr Bagot, b same 
s, Martni, carpenter, li Qnecn, nr Bagot 
3, Richard, cabinetmaker, bds Union, cor Wellington 
3, Samuel, tavernkecper, Ontario, bet Barrack and Queen, 
}S0n, A. student, bds King, nr Princess 

■son, Joseph, plumber, Kingston Water-works, h at the works 
ion, Andrew, moulder, h Bagot, nr Earl 

ion, Robert, printer, British ^Vliiy, bds William, bet Bagot and 
Wellington 

tt, William, snilmaker, h Bond Head, bet B.ay and Ordnance 
3, James, sailor, h Bagot, nr Brock 
es, Thomas, gardener, h Stewartsville 
I'S, William, boilermuker, bds '207 Princess 
es, Frank, b.iggagc master, h Kingston Station 
ins, Charles, ship builder, h King, bet Simcoe and West 
ins, Edward, blaeksmitii, 84 Princess, h same 
ins, John, carriage maker, Princess, nr Barrie, h same 
ins, John, carriage maker, h CJncen, nr Sydenham 
ins, Samuel, carjienter, h Broek, nr Barrie 
ings, David, h Queen, nr Wellington 
son, Absalom, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
isou, .\.lexander, printer, h Sydenham, nr Ordnance 
ison, Edward, temporary guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
;NS0N, JAMES B. barber and hairdresser, Wellington, bet Cla- 
rence and Brock, bds Earl (see card, p. 72) 
ison, Nathaniel, laborer, h Colbornc. bet Upper Bagot and Division 
ison, Robert, t.aiior, h Division, nr Brock 



ALPHADETICAL DinECTORY. 



76 



Johnson Street Baptist Church, Johnson, nr Bagot 

Johnson Street Common School, A. A. Clerke, princip.al, Johnson, ur 

Barrie 
Johnson, William, barber, Johnson, nr King, h 6 Earl 
Johnson, William, sailor, h Place d'Armes, nr King 
Johnson, William, laborer, h Victoria 
Johnston, Charles, tax collector, h Earl, cor Wellington 
Johnston, Charles, tailor, William Hay, h Division 
Johnston, James, watchmaker and jeweller, Wellington, bet Brock 

and Princess, h 47 Brock 
Johnston, John, h Colbornc. nr Division 
Johnston, John, laborer, h Colbornc, nr Barrie 
JOHNSTON, JOHN H. book-keeper, h Colbornc, nr Queen 
Johnston, Thomas, guard, Provincial Ptnitentiary 
Johnston, Thomas F. confectioner. King, cor Earl, h same 
Johnstone, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid John) h Centre, nr Barrie 
Jones, Alexander, (J. & A. Jones) h Williamsville. 
Jones, David, ship carpenter, h Sydenham, nr Colborne 
JONES E. produce dealer and exchange broker, Ontario, next Burnett 

House, bds Burnett House 
Jones, Henry, tailor, W. J. Percy, h Queen 
Jones, John, tailor, h Division, nr Ellicc 
Jones, John, tailor, W. J. Percy, h Williamsville 
Jones, John, blacksmith, h Hamilton's lane 
Jones, John, (J. & A. Jones) h nr Eagle Foundry 
Jones, Lewis, laborer., h Jenkiu's lane, bet Stuurt and Division 
Jones, Mrs. Sarah (widow Walter) h Earl, nr Bagot 
Jones, Owen, printer, bds Division, nr Princess 
Jones, Thomas, tailor, h Barrie, nr Ordnance 
Jones, William, book-keeper, Samuel Muckleston, h 8.') Brock 
Jones, William, carriage trimmer, h Princess, Williamsville 
Jones, J. & A. (John and Alexander) butchers, Princess, near Clergy 
Jordan, Henry, carter, h Gore, nr Bagot 
Jordan, Mrs. Margaret (widow Michael) tavernkeeper, Division, cor 

Brock, h same 
Jordan, Robert, student, bds Ontario, nr Union 
JORD.\N, R. I. grocer and dealer in wood and coal, 174 Princess and 

9 Ontario, h Division, nr Plum 
Jordan, William, enginefitter, bda Kingston Station 
Joyce, James, porter, Alexander Bruce, bds 154 Princess 
Joyce, Robert, grocer, Division, cor Jenkins' lane, h same 
Judd, Mrs. Louisa, (widow Alexander) h King, cor Gore 

Kain, Francis, shoemaker, Johnson, nr Ontario, h same 



76 



KINGSTON CITY. 



Kallaher, Morris, sailor, h Jolin 
Kalean, Patriciv, pensioner, li Montreal road 
Kane, Cliarles, blaekaniitli, bds Queen, cor Wellingtou 
• Kane, D. waggonmnker. Queen, cor Wellington, h same 
Kane, Jiinics, porter, A. Foster, h Alice 
Kane, Jnnies, blacksniitli, bds Queen, cor Wellingtou 
KARCII, JOSEl'II A. grocer, 9 Princess, li same 
Karrigan, Micbad, clerk. Town Major's office, h York, cor Bnrrie 
Kavanagh, Jobn, flour and grain. Market square, h same 
Kavanagb, M. boilerniaker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
KaTanagli, P. boilerniaker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co, 
Kavanaugh, A. boilennaker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Kavauaugh, Mrs. Mary (widow Felix) h William, nr Gordon 
Kavanaugh, Thomas, laborer, h O'Kill, ur King 
Kearns, Robert, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Kearns, William, laborer, h Barrack, nr Ontario 
Kearns, William, tailor, Jlichael Fahey, h Bay 
Keating, Mrs. E. (v.idow James) h 14G I'rincess 
Keating, Michael, carter, h Division, nr Johnson 
Keating, Patrick, laborer, h 1-lC Princess 
Keelcy, M'illiam, merchant tailor. King, nr Priocess, h same 
Keen, George, carpenter. Centre, nr Barrie 
Keenan, Mrs. Mary (widow Denis) housekeeper. Anchor Baildiogt, 

Brock, cor King 
Kegan, Mylcs, pensioner, h King, bet Queen and Princess 
Keller, Clmrles, grocer, Princess, Williamsville 
Keller, Isaac, laborer, h Earl, ur Ontario 
Keller, John, cooper, h Pricess, nr Clergy 
Kelley, David, painter, h Colborne, nr Division 
Kelley, Patrick, boilermaker, h William, nr Bagot 
Kellogg, Green, h King, nr the Market 
Kelly, Edward, dining saloon, Ea.st Market square, h same 
Kelly, George, carpenter. Brock, nr Barrie, h same 
Kelly, Ilenry, laborer, h Queen, nr Bagot 
Kelly, James, stonecutter, h Kideau, nr Bay 
Kelly, John, h r Ontario, ur William 
Kelly, John, carpenter, h Brock, ur Johnson 
Kelly, John, clerk, P. O. h Wellington, nr Johnson 
Kelly, Jo'in, servant, British Empire Hotel 
Kelly, Michael, laborer, bds r Ontario, nr William 
Kelly, Michael J. Ircight. porter, G. T. K. freight depot, h Ontario 
Kelly, Patrick, boilermaker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Kelly, Thomas, book-keeper, bds Ottawa House 
Kelly, Tliomas, clerk Kingston Water Works, h Portsmouth Village 
Kelly, Thomas F. captain, h 91 Johnson, nr Bagot 
Kelly, William, laborer, h York, nr Barrie 



ALPnADETICAL DIHECTOIIY. -I 

Kelly, William, sailor, h Wellington, nr Barrack 

Kennady, James, tailor, h Johnson, nr Gordon 

Kennedy, Denis, grocer. King, cor O'Kill. h same 

Kennedy, James, carter, h King, nr O'Kill 

Kennedy, John, guard. Provincial Penitenti.ary 

Kennedy. Miss Kate, waiter, Burnett House, bds same 

Kennedy, Miss Mary, waiter, Burnett House, bds same 

Kennedy, Philip, shoemaker, h King, nr O'Kill 

Kennedy, Robert, ship carpenter, h Centre, nr Barrie 

Kennedy, William, h Princess, Williamsville 

Kennedy, William, sailor, h Division, nr Johnson 

Kent, Miss B. bds British American Hotel 

Kent, John, laborer, bds bet Brock and Princess 

KPVT T^^- ^^'"'"•,' * ^'"''> ^^' British American Hotel 

hk^.'^'lT^^-^ "■'"'"'■" ""'■''' ""'J American Express Co. 
11 ounny hide. Union '^ 

Kent, Robert, captain, h Wellington, nr William 

Kemp, Andrew, Royal Engineers, li Queen, ur Sydenham 

Kemp, David, accountant. Branch Commercial Bank, h 70 Queen 

^Scilt/' manufacturer, Sydenham, nr Princess, h Col- 

"^'■"fon jrh'^ad'-orEatr"'' "°'"'"'"'°" ''^"*' ''"'"=''''• " ^^'^"'"S" 
. Kemp, John C. clerk. Commercial Bank, h lOOJ Princess 

J>l-B% ^\l\^}il7' '^"P<^"'f''> h Fifth, nr Stuart 

KERR, JOHN, manager of City Kingston Gas Light Co. Queen 
nr king, h Earl, ur Sydenham " '^'^ecu, 

Kerr, William storemau, G. M. Kinghorn, h Ontario, nr Earl 

Kerviu, li boilermaker, Canadian En^-inc and Machinery Co 

Kerviii, Martin, boilermaker, bds Ontario, nr Gore 

Kervin, Michael, laborer, h Ontario, nr Gore 

Keys, Joseph, carpenter, Wellington, nr Barrack, h same 
Keys, Joseph, watchman, Kingston Brewery and Distillery, h Kin- 
nr Kingston Brewery ■' ^'"or 

Keys, John, tavern keeper, Wellington, cor Queen 
Keys, Robert, grocer, h Barrack, nr Kint» 
Keys, Thomas, shoemaker, h Upper Bagot, cor Ellice 
Kidd. Joseiih, Custom House officer, h Bond Head, nr Bay 
K.dd, Robert, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Killally. Patrick laborer, h Beverly, nr King 

Kilpatrick, James, stonecutter, h Charles, bet Patrick and Montred 
K. Patrick, John, sen. stonecutter, h Montreal, ur James 
Kilpatrick John, jun. stonecutter, h Charles, ur Montreal 
Kincard, Robert G. tinsmith, h Barrack, ur Wellington 
King, Mrs. Ann (wid Ralph) 1. Ordnance, nr Barrie 
King, Miss Eliza, teacher, bds Ontario, nr West 



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KINGSTON CITY 



KING, G. JI. assissfnnt dru^-'ist 7n k;.,„ ui ^ 

King, George, Ia),orer, 1, Gorr^'r Kit °' ' °"'"'°' '<"• "^"^ 

cor West "™cD'3t. 76 King, bds Ontario 

Ainghorn, John, book-keener G AT T.-- i 
ungkead, lloUen, tinsm S. ; B.;,^'-ek "I? irT' '' ^"' 
Kingston Bible Society Ed vi -d Sf^. '''"'" 

KINGSTON BREW -RYJaenb Tl ^' ■''S'^"''.203 Princess 
KINGSTON CLOTII NG STORL^ wHi "''"'l''^''^'"' Wellington. 
,.. clothier, :5I!roel.(seeca,d) ' '"""" "'■ ^"'y' tailor and 

KSn&^^ifc^'-f^ caretaker 

Kingston G^an^ar SeTo'orTi.fZr^Jirdl"'"^' l^'"- ^^ ^''— 
Clergy, cor Bn?ot ' """ ^°"^'^°"' "^'''fhenratical master, 

'»;"£;?."""'"'"■"'■ ™'- '■•"I.-. E.g«... «.,„, c,„„ 

Jtouse ' ""^ ■""'""' secretary. Ontario, nr Burnett 

KINGSTON KOLLING MILr<? V wi , <. ^ 

,,. (see card) "" ^"^^^' ^- ^'''"°' & Co. King, cor Queen 

Kingston Tract Society Edwnrd <?»„„„ 

KINGSTON WATER WORKS c^'//"'. B' P""«=^ 

tnrio. nr West "^"'^^ CO. James Wilson, manager, On- 

^^'Sil^If ^'^^ ^0«^« «^SEKVOm, Colborne, bet Ba„ie 

k2S': S::!^^:!^:;^:^^^;.^;;;".-. - Brock, h .me ■ 
Siu^^'ros'l^ ^?ai^;n Ktk':iV:,^°''i°™^- -^ ^-'-.^r 

<mKPATRICK,A.S.(Kirkp„trick&Son)hKiug 



ii;rkp„(nVk Mcti '^••^•S- On'ari 
KIKKPATRICK Tr?"™g« ni«fcer, 

P-.-<ient''}^ J /AS (KirkpMricT'l^-S^-; 
{>°'i nr Johnson 



h Emiiy 
Emily 
Clergy 

t-arrister, «nd 
■i-oan and In.. 

■lek) barristers 
■•^"gland, On- 

inery Co. 



f «;'"--. Francis. »»n„. . ,, . ^"°'" """ WcUi„„,°° 



;ton, h 
"7.hJo],„,,„p 




h same 



r'ncess 



J-'PO'-'e. Louis, h Job' "■^' "" C'larc 
I-appage, Willi „/i^°". '"•Gordon ' ^ ' 
^"^k. Edward, bu Ider j,T' "^ .I^'"R^'on Station 
[«™.^e, Charles, butcl 'e k'""'"' ^^'"iamsvil " 

?»^^2::^':^:^;v'="'S^^''''^--'Koad 

LaSerre P r-''* "'"cmaker, bds Tnl, 
^AVeTe^-,S,^-^--, h '-.« K- !r°"' " ^'"S 
, hsame ^^' P''^'^"='a" a°nd surgeon Tu 



80 



KINGSTON CITY 



Law, Edward, foreman Williamsville Rope Factory, h Pari, Wil- 

liaiiisville 
Lawless, Michael, grocer, Ontario, cor Place d'Armes 
Lawless, Patrick, laborer, li Brock, nr Barrie 
Lawlor, Denis, clerk, bds Princess, nr Wellington 
Lawrence, Miss Susan, dressmaker, li Princess, nr Ontario 
Lawrenson, David, pinuo-maker, J C. Fox, h 85 Earl 
Lnwrenson, George, piano-maker, h 81 Princess 
Lawroy, Henry, laborer, bds John, nr Patrick 

Laws, 'William Thos. book-keeper, British Whig, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
Lawson, James G. bread pedlar, bds Princess, nr Clergy 
Leahy, Mrs. Mary, assistant matron. Provincial Penitentiary 
Leahy, Michael, overseer, Provincial Penitentiary 
Lee, Edward, laborer, h Division, nr Johnson 
Lee, James, laborer, h Johnson, nr Division 
Lee, John, carter, h Charles, nr Montreal 
Lee, Joseph, laborer, h Princess, opp Gordon 
Lee, Levi, laborer, h River nr Ridcau 
Lee, Overton, laborer, h Colborne. nr Barrie 
Lee, Robert, carter, h James, nr Montreal 
Leffinerc, David, laborer, h Gore, nr Ontario 
Legassick, John, shoemaker h 81 Princess 
Lcheup, J. A. -nalchmaker and jeweller. Brock, betneen King and 

Wellington, h out of city 
Lemley Henry, heater, h King, nr Queen 
Lemley, Henry, heater, Victoria Iron Works, h Barrack 
Lemn'On, William, laborer, Kingston Foundry 
Lena, Edward, shoemaker, bds Brock, bet King and Wellington 
Lennox, E. shoemaker, h Division, cor Colborne 
Lenno.\, George, laborer, h Queen, nr Wellington 
Lenard, William, laborer, h Colborne, nr Division 
Leslie, Miss C. milliner, bds 175 Princess 
Leslie, G. W. salesman, bds T'S Princess, nr Barrie 
Lesslie, J.imes, assistant druggist, h 8 Gore 
Lcsslie, William, Engineer, h Gore, nr W^jUington 
LeTourney. George, laborer, h Johnson, ur Ontario 
Lew, Samuel, carpenter, bds 2"7 Princess 
Lewis George, finislier, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Lewis, George A. laborer, h Centre, nr Gordon 
Lewis. Thomas, laborer, h Ontario, nr Gore 
Lib, Frederick, tailor, b foot Bay 
Liddel, William, shoemaker, bds Gore, nr Wellington 
Ligbifnot, William, book and job printer, City Buildings, h Bood 

Head, cor Ordnance 
Lindsay, James, butcher, Kingston Market, h Princess, WilliamsTille 
Lindsay, Johu, shoemaker, Princess, ur Clergy, h same 



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Lindsay, Patrick, letter carrier, h Barrie 

Liney, Thomas, sailor, h Ontario, nr Union 

Linegar, James, sailor, h Sydenham, nr Ordnance 

Lmtcr, Charles, grocer, Johnson, cor Bagot, h same 

Linter, Charles, machinist, h Wades' lane, nr Union 

Linter, John, piano maker, h Montreal, nr James 

Lmton, James (Linton & Son) h King, cor Gore 

Linton, John (Linton & Son) h King, cor Gore 

Lmton & Son (James and John Linton) auction and commision. Kine 

cor Clarence ' fa' 

Lister, Mrs. Eleanor (wid John) h Sydenham, nr Ordnance 
Litt e, Mrs. Elizabeth (wid Alexander) h Barrack, ur Ridcau 
l.Ut e, 1-rancis, tavern keeper, Barrie, nr Earl, 1, same 
l^itt e, James, carpenter, h Barrie, nr Ordnance 
Little, John, laborer, h Deacon, nr Barrie 
Little, Joseph, ship carpenter, h Union nr Arch 
LIVINGSTON, Archibald, grocer, wine, and spirit merchant, 

37 Princess, cor Bagot, h same • ' 

Livings^ton, Charles, merchant tailor, 44 Princess, h Colborne, cor 

Livingstone, Mrs. Hannah (wid James) dress maker, Bagot, nr John- 
son, h same ° ' 
Lobbs, Miss Susan, dress maker, bds Barrack 

Lochhead, James, salesinan, bds Princess, bet Bagot and Wellington 
Loft, James, sailor, h Ontario, nr Union ° 

J'°°'^'wM- ^''"^("''l MaJ""- William) h Montreal, cor Queen 
I.ong, William, salesman, h Princess 

^""""johnson^^''" ^"'" ("'"°''"^'-) "■••'»I'erwoman, h Brock, nr 

Louergan, James, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 

Lonerga,,,_ Rev. James (R. C.) h Bishop's Palace. Johnson 

Loomis, George, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 

Lorgnez, Peter, clerk, Commissary Department, h Queen, nr Bac^t 

Lousong, Francis, engineer, h Gore, nr Wellington 

Lovett, James, shoemaker, Ontario, nr Earl, h same 

Lovett, Thomas, shoemakfr, h Ontario, nr Earl 

Low, William, miller, h Beverley, nr King 

Lowe, Joseph, waiter, British American Hotel, bds same 

Lowrie, Mrs. Mary (wid Henry) groceries, Gore, cor Wellington h 

same ° ' 

Lowry, James, laborer, h Colborne, nr Cleriry 
Lucas, Mrs. Sarah (wid William) h Queen nr Barrie 
Lund, Mrs. Caroline, boarding house. King, nr Clarence 
Lund James, boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. bdi 

Ontario, nr William ' 

Lunstom, A. finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
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LuttoD, James, h Colborne, ur Clergy 

Lynch, Daniel, landing waiter, Custom House, h Johnson 

Lynch, Daniel, prop Crown and Anchor Inn, 4 Johnson, nr Ontario 

Lynch, Denis, laborer' h Picard, nr Montreal 

Lynch, Mrs. Ellen, h Union, ur Arch 

Lynn, Edward, painter, bds Bnrrie, nr "West 

Lynn, Mrs. Mary (wid Edward) h Barric, ur Stuart 

Lyon, 'William, laborer, h Sydenham, nr Ordnance 

Lyons, Michael, h Ellice, nr Upper Bagot 

Lyons, Patrick, laborer, h Colborne, nr Sydenham 

Lyons, Mrs. Kebecca (wid Charles) h Barrie, nr Centre 

Lyster, Uev. Jas. pastor, St. George's Church, h Clergy, cor 'William 

McAdams, Thomas (Makins & McAdams) h 82 Ontario 
McAllister, Alexander, clerk, h 'WiUiam, nr Barriw 
McAllister, John, porter, Burnett House, bds same 
McArdle, Mrs. Catharine (wid Bernard) h Division, cor Plum 
"McArJle, James, armourer and gunsmith. King, nr Princess, h same 
McArthur, James, book keeper, bds Mrs. Kobcrts, Simcoe 
McArthur, James, sailor, bds Ontario House 
McArthur, Johi'i, prop Ontario House, Ontario 
McArthurs, Alexander, sailor, h Johnson, ur Division 
McAugherty, John, laborer, bds Centre, bet Barrie and Gordon 
McAULEY, THOMAS, bookbinder. King, ur Brock, h Union, nr 

Wellington 
McBratnay, Adam, shoemaker, h Bay, nr Sydenham 
McBride, James, grocer, Rideau, nr Ordnance, h same 
McBridc, Thomas, teamster, h Arch, nr Union 
McBroom, Miss Annie, cap maker, bds Clarence, nr Bagot 
McBroom, Mrs. Elizabeth, (wid Uobcrt) cap maker, li Clarence, nr 

Bagot 
McBroom, James, salesman, bds Clarence, nr Bagot 
McBroom, R. J. salesman, h Clarence, nr Bagot 
McCabc, Alexander, gardener, h Barrie, nr Stuart 
McCabe, John, tailor, Thomas Moore, bds Barric 
McCaddcn, 'WiUiam, brev.'cr, h CoUingwood, nr King 
McCameron, Mrs. Ann (wid John) h Union, nr Arch 
McCammol, William, carter, h Division, nr Plum 
McCammon, Mrs. (wid David) grocery, (i8 Johnson, nr Barrie, hsame 
McCammon, James, butcher, market, h Gi Johnson, nr Division 
McCammon, John, salesman, h 3 Queen 

JlcCammon, Miss Margaret, dress maker, h'Union, nr Barrie 
McCammon, Robert, sen. baker, Wdliam, bet King and Wellington, 

h same 



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McCammon, Robert, iun. baker, bdn William, bet Wellington and Kin" 
JlcCannon, Mrs. Catharine (widow John) h Queen, nr Division " 
McCarthy, Callaghan, tavern keeper, King, bet George and O'Kill 
McCarthy, John, helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McCartny, Daniel, laborer, li r 4 Johnson, nr Ontario 
McCartney, James, laborer, h Johnson, ur Gordon 
McCartney, John, laborer, h Gordon, nr Johnson 
McCartney, William, plasterer, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
McCarty, Andrew, h Ontario, nr Earl 
McCarty, John, laborer, h 'Victoria, Williamsville 
McCarty, Thomas, teamster, h Stuart, nr Arch 
McCaul, Robert, laborer, h Barric, bet Union and Bagot 
McCaul, Robert, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McClear, John, butcher, h Victoria, Williamsville 
McClear, Mrs. Mary (wid James) h Centre, bet Barrie and Gordon 
McClellan, Archibald, captain, h Earl, nr Wellington 
McClellau, Duncan, sailor, h Jenkin's lane, nr Stuart 
McClosky, Hugh, h King, nr Place d'Arms 
McClosky, Mark, dyer, h Queen, nr King 
McCloud, James, finisher, Canadian Engfne and Machinery Co 
McCloud, Robert, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McCloud, Samuel, pensioner, h Montreal 

McColl, Evan, landing waiter. Custom House, h WcUiugton, bet John- 
son and William 
McColIins, Michael, laborer, h Stuart, nr Arch 
McCollom, Alexander, clerk, bds Frontenac House, Princess 
McCormick, A. agent, Kingston Brewery and Distillery, h Centre, nr 

Union 
McCormick, Michael, laborer, h King, nr O'Kill 
McCorkell, Andrew, boat builder, bds Ontario, nr Gore 
McCowell, Peter, steward, h William, nr Bagot 
McCoy, Daniel, carter, h Bond Head, nr Ordnance 
McCoy, James, moulder, bds Queen, cor Kino- 
McCrea, Samuel, h Princess, WilliauiBviJlo ° 
McCrea, Samuel, joiner, h Victoria, Williamsville 
McCroa, Thomas, carriage builder, Priucess, cor Gordon, h same 
McCue Charles, sailor, h Bond Head, nr Bay 
MoCullagh George, sexton, St. George's Cathedral, h 15 Johnson 

nr Wellmgton 
McCulIock, James, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co 
McCullough, Mrs. Elizabeth (widow James) h York, nr Barrio ' 
McCullougb, Hugh, laborer, h Ontario, nr Union 
McCullough, John, laborer, Kingston Foundry 
McCullough, Willian^, carpenter, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
McCumiskey, Mrs Alice, (widow Patrick) tavern, Ontario, nr Queen 
McCumiskey, John, tavernkeeper, Ontario, nr Johnaon 



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McCunc, Alexander, joiner, h Centre, nr Barrie 
McCutelieon, Alexander, baker, h 78 Princcas 
MeCutchcon, Alexander, baker, bda Princesa, nr Barrie * 
McCutcbeou, Eicbard, porter, h G4 Brock 
McCutcheon, iliehard, salesman, bda Brock, nr Barrie 
McCutcbeon, Tboinas, pearl and pot asb maker, Wellington, h 53 

Brock 
McCutcbeon, William, b Brock, nr Barrie 
McDermott, Jobn, blacksmith, bda Ontario, cor Gore 
AIcDermott, Patrick, cabinetmaker, b Brock, bet Ontario and King 
McDermott, Lawrence, baggagemaster, b Kingston Station 
McDermott, Thomas, cabinetmaker. Brock, bet Ontario and King, 

h Brock 
McDermott, Thomas, engine-cleaner, h Kingston Statiqp 
McDermott, Thomas, policeman, b William, nr Wellington 
McDEllJIOTT, THOMAS, wood-carver, 14:8 Priuceaa (see card, 

p. 72) 
McDonald, M. salesman, b Ordnance, bet Clergy and Sydenham 
McDonald, Alexander, baker, b Division, nr Queen 
McDonald, Archibald, boarding house. Johnson, nr Ontario 
McDonald, Chriatopher, h Plum, nr Division 
JfcDonald, Donald, carpenter, bda Kingston Station 
McDOiSALD, DO^'ALD, plumber and eoppcramitb. King, bet 

Johnson and William, b same (see card, p. 72) 
McDonald, E. J. clerk Montreal Bank, bda 50 Brock 
McDonald, Prancis, sailor, h Charles, bet Patrick and Montreal 
McDonald, George, sadler, bds 45 Priuceaa 
McDonald, Hector, shoe maker, U Ordnance, cor Sydenham 
McDonald, Malcolm, Clerk, bds Ordnance, nr Sydenham 
McDonald, Mrs. Mary (wid Peter) b Ordnance, nr Sydenham 
McDonald, Peter, grocer. King, opp the Market, h same 
McDonald, Robert, bds Ordnance, nr Sydenham 
McDonnell, Donald ^Eueas, warden, Provincial Penitentiary 
McDonnell, Mrs. Mary, h King, nr Union 
McDOWALL, JAMES A., hatter and furrier, 21 Brock, bet King 

and Wellington, h 47 Princess 
McEarley, Mrs. Eliza (wid Edward) h Wellington, nr Gore 
McElharin, William, laborer, h Charles, bet Patrick and Montreal 
McEUroy, John, mason, h Jamea, nr Montreal 
McEntec, John, blacksmith, Ontario Poundry, h r Brock 
McEwan, George, laborer, h North, bet Bond Head and Rideau 
McEwan, John, laborer, h North, nr Bond Head 
McEwen, Mr. barrister, h Earl, nr Bngot 
McEWEN, DANIEL, blacksmith and boiler maker, h Queen bet 

Wellington and King (see card, p. 9G) ' 
McFaddcu, Jamea, carter, h Centre, nr Patrick 



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McFall, Michael, sailor, h Earl, nr Bagot 
McFarlane, James, clerk, bda Barrie, cor Johnson 
McFarlanc, Robert, shoe maker, h Jenkin's Lane,nr Stuart 
McF.irlane, William, foreman, composing room, British Whig, h Ri- 
deau, nr Bay 
McFarlane, William, printer, h Ridctu, nr North 
McFnul, Bernard, h Ontario, nr Gore 
McFanl, Robert, grocer. Queen, cor Barrie, h fame 
McFaul, Thomas, h Ontario, nr Gore 
McGann, Margaret (wid John) h John nr Montreal 
WcGanty G. helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McGaroothy, George, laborer, h King, nr Johnson 
McGarvey, John, shoemaker, h Ontario, nr Princess 
McGarvey Patrick, grocer, Wellington, cor Queen, h same . 
JitcUee, John, shoemaker, bds 102 Brock 
McGill, Michael, teacher, h Barrack, nr Ontario 
McGilhvray Donald, student, bds Johnson, nr Barrie 
McGinuis Owen, prop Cliicago House, Ontario, nr Jobn 

xr nl"' w'"''' '"''''™' '^'"'•'^nt. h Patrick, nr James 

AlcG aughhn, Edward, laborer, h Beverly, nv Kin" 

McGlynn, James, shoemaker, h Rideau. ur Barracic 

McGoldrick, Michael, boiler maker, h Ontario, ur Gore 

McGomstry Mrs. Bridget (wid P.itrick) h Rideau, „r Barrack 

McGowan, James, laborer, h Plum, nr Patrick 

McGowan, John, lahoicr, h Plum, nr Patrick 

McGowan, Patrick, laborer, h Plum, nr Patrick 

McGrafh, Alex.ajidcr, carpenter, bds Queen, nr Wellington ■ 

Mc&rath, .AI.ss Biulg.t, bda 170 Princess 

AlcGrath, Thomas, sailor, h Ontario, nr Gore 

|Ev^! Pk^li^K:'ri^rf - j:-icmf ''-''-^^ '- 

McQueen, Duncan, laborer, Kingston Foundry 

McGugeam William, laborer, bds Ontario, nr William 

McGuire, Mrs. Catharine, h Second, nr Stuart 

McGuire, James, h Clarence, near the Post Office 

McCmv!* i"""'"' •''"■ ^"^'■' /^'"S^'on market, h Johnson, nr Brock 

McCn r^'n'"'',!''!"u- ""■''^'■' ^"^ *'^''^'^'' '' P""=^^^^. W.lhamsville 
WcGuire, Hugh, laborer, h Gore, nr Bn-^ot 

McGuire, Patrick, laborer, h First, nr Suiart 

McGuire, Tliomas, bda Clarence, nr the Post Office 

McGuirk, Arthur, laborer, b nr bead YonRe 

McGmrk Mrs CatlKarine (wid James) h nr head Yonge 

M Hale, Mrs. Mary (wul Willi.m) h Claieuce, nr the Post Office 

McUenry. James, shoemaker, h Montreal, bet John and Picard 

Me h]uham Alexander carter, I, \-ietorin, Williamsvihe. 

Mcllroy, Mrs. Elizabeth (wid William) h Queen, nr Montreal 



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Mcllroy, 'Wright, ngcnt, Eagle Foundry, h First, nr Stuart 

Mfllntosli, D., clerk, Provincial Penitentiary 

Mcintosh, Thomas, boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Mclntyre, A., telegraph operator, bds Queen nr Barrie 

Mclntyre, Alexander, shoemaker, b Ordnance, nr Montreal 

Mclntyre, Ilenry, laborer, h West, nr Ontario 

Mclntyre, John, book keeper, Kingston Foundry, h Queen, nr Clergy 

Mclntyre, John, law student, (Campbell & Mownt) 

Mclntyre, Neil, butcher, h Di%i3ioD, cor Ellice 

Mclntyre, Neil, butcher, Kingston Market, h Division, nr Clarence 

Mclntyre, Peter, apprentice, bds G S Hobart 

Mclntyre, Peter, book keeper, E. Berry fSt Co., bds Queen, bet Clergy 

and Barrie 
Mclntyre, Peter, captain, h Queen, nr Barrie 
Mclntyre, Eobert, salesman, h Queen, bet Princess and Colbome 
Mclntyre, 'Winiam, maltster, h CoUingwood, nr King 
Mclntyre, William, sailor, h CoUingwood, nr King 
Mclver, William, accountant, h Sydenham, cor Colbome 
McKain, J. boiler m.aker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McKarras, John, professor. Queen's College, bds Barrie, nr Brock 
McKay, Mrs. Auu Jaue (wid James) Bond llead, cor North 
ilcKay, Donald, tailor and clothier. King, cor Brock, h Ontario, cor 

Princess 
McKay, James, broker and confectioner. Princess, nr Clergy 
McKAY, JOHN, Jun. wholesale and retail leather and findings, and 

dealer in boots and shoes, 17C, Princess, h same 
McKay, John, boots and shoes, 21 Princess, h same 
McKay, John, maltster, h Barrie, cor Stuart 
McKay, William, salesman, bds Barrie, nr Bagot 
McKeag, Mrs. Ann (wid Neil) h Johnson, nr Division 
McKeage, Neil, sailor, h Johnson, nr Division 
McKee, Robert, bnker, h Ordnance, nr Barrie 
McKee, William, sailor, h William, ur Barrie 
McKeever, 6. boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McKeever, James, blacksmith, Princess, cor Clergy, h same 
McKeever, Thomas, produce and commission merchant, Market square, 

h same 
McKelvey, Mrs. C. (wid Robert) h nr head of Yonge 
McKelvey, John (McKelvey & Birch) h Yonge 
McKelvey & Birch (John McKelvey and Samuel Birch) stoves and tin 

ware, Wellington, sir Princess 
McKcnna, Mrs. Sarah (md Hugh) h John, ur Montreal 
McKenzie, Alexander, steward, h Wellington, nr Johnson 
McKcnzie, George, clerk, Anglo-American Ilotcl. bds same 
McKenzie, Mrs. Jane (wid Thomas) h King, nr Princess 
McKillop, Alexander, prop Cushindall Inn, Johnson, nr Ontario 



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McKinley, Mrs. Ann, grocer, Charles cor Montreal, h same 
McKinley, John, night watchman, G. T. R. Freight Depot, h Mon 
road 



itreal 

McKnight, Daniel, tailor, h West, nr Ontario 
McKnight, John, tailor, h Montnsal, ur Picard 
McLaren, John, moulder, h Deacon, nr Arch 
McLaughhn, J. moulder, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
McLaughlin, James, moulder, h Barrie, bet Bagot and Kin"- 
McLaughlin, Luke, laborer, h Place d'Armes ° 

McLaughlin, Malachi, carpenter, King, nr Queen 
McLaughlin, William, policeman, h Brock, nr Barrie 
McLaughlin, William, policeman, h Wellington, nr William 
McLean, Andrew, grocer, Ontario, nr Princess, h same 
McLean, Donald, AI. D. lecture- on clinical surgery, Kingston Hospi- 
tal, bds Barrie, nr Johnson 
McLean, IMrs. Jane (widow George) h 62 Johnson, opp Division 
McLean, Mrs Mary (widow John) grocer, Ontario, nr Princess, h same 
McLean, M, W. student, bds King, nr Princess 
McLean, W. U. preventive officer, Custom House, h Bath 
McLeod, Angus, moulder, h Princess, nr Gordon 
McLeod, David, moulder, h Princess, nr Gordon 
AIcLeod, James, finisher, h Wade's lane, nr Union 
McLeod, Mrs. Jane (widow Alexander) h 62 Johnson, opp Division 
AlcLeod, Mrs. Jane (widow Neil) h Edgehill, ur Kin" 
McLeod, Mrs. Mary (widow John) h Princess, nr Gordon 

McLeod, Neil, gentleman, bds Edgehill, nr King 
McLoughhn, Mrs. Ellen (widow John) h Ontario, cor Gore 

McMahon, Andrew, h Ontario, cor Johnson 

McMahon, George, shoemaker, h King, nr Johnson 

McMahon, James, bds Ontario, cor Johnson 

McMahon, John, carpenter, h Barrie, nr William 

McMahon, Mrs. Mary Jane (widow George) h King, nr Johnson 

JIcMahon, Mrs. Mary (mdow Patrick) h Ontario, nr Gore 

McMahon, Michael, sen. laborer, h Barrie, nr Stuart 

McMahon, Michael, jun. printer, Daily News, bds Barrie, nr Stewart 

JMcMahon, Samuel, taUor, Thomas Moore, bds same 

McJIahon, Thomas, laborer, h King, nr George 

McManamin, ]Mrs. P. h Burrie, nr Centre 

McMann, Mrs. Elizabeth (widow Adam) h William, cor Bnrrie 

McMann, Thomas, painter, bds William, cor Barrie 

McManus, J. roller, Victoria Iron Works, h Wellington 

ilcManus, James, jirlnter, British Whiy, bds O'Kill, nr Barrie 

McMaster, Peter, laborer, h Clergy, ur Princess 

McMillan, Archibald, salesman, Eraser & George, h Sydenham, cor 
Bay 

McMillan, Charles, auctioneer and commission merchant. Market 
Buildings, King, cor Brock, h King, nr Beverly. 



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McMilkn, Donald, lumber merchant, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
McMillan, JOHN, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 10 Ontario, 

li same 
McMillan, Malcolm, sailor, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 
McMillan, Miss Mary, milliner, bds Jrish Canadian House, Clarence 
McMillan, Samuel, se^Ying machine operator, h Bagot, cor Queen 
McMorrow, Bernard, driver British American Express Co. bds Union 
McMuUeii, Francis, laborer, h Brock, nr Johnson 
McMuUen, Hugh, blacksmith, h Bagot, cor Urock 
McMuUen, Joseph, tinsmith, h Barrie, nr Princess 
McMullau, Neal, clerk City Hotel 
McMuUen, Richard, piano-maker, bds 207 Princess 
UcMullin, Robert, clerk, bds, Barrie, nr Johnson 
JlcJIurren, Robert, salesman, bds Barrie, nr Brock 
AIcNnmarn, Michael, broker second-hand, Brock, nr Bngot, h same 
McNamara, Thomas, law student, h Brock 
McNab, James, track foreman, Kingston Station 
McNab, Thomas, machine boy, bds Kingston Station 
McNEIL NEIL, plumber, coppersmith and brass-founder, Brock, 

nr King, h Bagot, cor Earl 
McNeil, John, grocer, l/o Princess, h same 

McNeill, Charles, guard Provincial Penitentiary, h George, nr Stuart 
McNeill, Hugh, laborer, lu Montreal, nr John 
McNeill, ilrs. Nancy, (widow Daniel) tavern [keeper, Ontario, cor 

Johnson 
JIcNcill, Neil, laborer, h Montreal, nr John 
McNifT, Mrs. Mary (widow Walter) h Stuart, cor Arch 
McNiece, Andrew, salesman, h Colborne, nr Bagot 
McNitce, John, clerk, bds Colborne, nr Upper Bagot 
McNiece, Robert, printer, h Colborne, nr Barrie 
McNiece, Mrs. Sarah, (widow John) h Colborne, nr Upper Bagot 
McNinch j\Irs. Ann, in-oji I'rontcnac House, Princess, bet Ontario and 

King 
McNolty, Miss Mary, unisic teacher, h Brock, nr Bagot 
McNulty, Andrew, pensioner, h Jolmson, nr Division 
McPhcrson, Aliss Isabella, milliner and dressmaker, Bagot, nr Princess 

h same 
• McPherson, tTamcs, Emigrant and Crown Land agent, William, nr 

Ontario, h Bagot, nr Union 
McQuade, John, carpenter, h Montreal Road 
McQuadc, Mrs. IMary, (widow William) h Montreal Road 
McQuaid, Ouen, sailor, li Ontario, nr I'rinccss 
McQu.ay, Andrew, hiI)orcr, h 100 Princess 
McQuinniori, Hugh, sailor, h Ontario, nr Union 
McRae, ^V. Ross, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, 170 Princess, li 

same 



McRae, William, clerk, bds 170 Princess 

McRae, Wm. R. (W. R. McRae & Co.) h West, cor King 

McRossie, William, lumber merchant, William, cor Ontario, h Union, 

nr Bagot 
McSorley, Charles, livery ftable, Ontario, betTirock and Princess, h 

same 
McVay, Mrs. Uonora, (widow) h Ontario, nr Gore 
McVey, Patrick, laborer, h Stuart, cor Sixth 

Dye 

Macalister, Alexander, accountant, h William, cor Barrie 

Macalistcr, John, student, bds William, cor Barrie 

MACAROW, DANIEL, barrister, Clarence, opp the P.O. h Ontario 

nr West 
Macaulay, Hugh, policeman, h PIcard, nr Montreal 
Macaulay, John K. law student, h King 
Macaulay, Mrs. Sarah F. h King, cor Earl 
Macbeth, John, blacksmith, bds William, cor Ontario 
MacCarthy, James, overseer. Provincial Penitentiary 
MacCarthy, Thomas, keeper, Pro\incial Penitentiary 
MacDonald, Allan, guard, P{ovincial Penitentiary 
Macdonald, C. James, maltster, h King, bet George and O'Kill 
Maedonald, E. G., 2nd clerk. Bank of Montreal, bds Brock, nr Clergy 
Macdonald Grant, h King, bet Gore and Union 
Macdonald, Hector, carriage-builder, h Jenkins Lane, bet Division & 

Stuart 
Macdonald, James G. Secy. Com. Bank, h Sebastapol Terrace, Kin" 
MACDONALD, HON. JOHN A. barrister, Clarence, opp the P.O., 

h King, Portsmouth 
Macdonald, Mortimer, cajilain R. C. R. h Earl, nr Barrie 
Macdonuell, A. R. clerk, Provincial Penitentiary 
MacUonell, Alexander, law student, h Portsmouth 
MacDonell, Hugh W. guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Maoe, George, carpenter, h Main, nr Division 
MacEwcn, Ewcn (MacEweu & Alaehar) h Earl, nr Bagot 
MacEwen & Maeliar (E. MacEwen and John Machar) barristers. 

Anchor building, Brock, cor King 
MacGecin, Bernard, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 
Machar, Johi\ M. (MacEwen & Machar) h King, opp the Park 
Machray, Mrs. Ann, (widow James) h Ordnance, nr Clergy 
Mackay, Donald, merchant tailor and clothier. King, nr Brock, h 

Princess, cor Ontario 
Mackay, George, guard. Provincial Penitentiary, h Centre, nr King 
Mackenzie, Alexander, hospital overseer. Provincial Penitentiary 
Mackey, John, shoemaker. King, nr Johnson, h same 



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MacLean, Prof. D. physician and surgeon, 42 Princess, h 2-1 Barrle 
Maclcau, AVilliam ll. clerk, Custom House, h Colborue, nr Upper 

Bngot 
MacMalion, Thomas, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Macmanus, Charles, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 
Macnamara, JI. J. law student, h Brock, nr Wellington 
Macnamara, Patrick, clerk. County Registrar's office, Court House, 

bds Brock, nr Wellington 
^Macnamee, William, laborer, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Macnee, James (Macnee & Waddell) h Union, opp the Park 
Macuee, James, dry goods merchant, h Union, cor Bagot 
Macnee & Waddell (James Macnee and James Waddell) importers of 

dry goods. Princess nr Wellington 
Wacormick, A. agent Kingston Brewery and Distillery, h Centre, nr 

Union 
Macpherson, Allan, h Sydenham, nr Earl 
Madden, James, boatbuilder, bds Simcoe 
Madden, John, laborer, h Baj-, nr Bond Head 
Madden, Michael, engineer^ li Charles, nr Montreal 
Maddigan, Martin, laborer, h Centre, ur Barrie 
Magahey, James, waggonmaker, h Division, nr EUice 
Maginnis, Francis, laborer, h Ontario, coc Place d'Armes 
Magurn, Alexander, clerk. Post Office, h Wellington, opp Kingston 

Brewery 
Mahaney, Michael, tailor, Michael Fahey, bds Johnson 
Mahoney, John, shoemaker, h Queen, nr Bagot 
Mahood, William J. clerk, A. Ross, bds 154 Princess 
Main, Adam, cabinetmaker, Wellington, nr Union, h Union, cor WeU 

lington 
Main, George, cabinetmaker, bds Union, cor Wellington 
Maine, John, photographer, bds Wellington, nr the Park 
Mair, John, retired physician, h Gore, bet Wellington and King 
Makin, Arthur (Slcviii & Makin) Wellington, nr Princess, h same 
Makins, Edward, boilermakcr, h Victoria, Williamsvillc 
Makins, Robert (Makins & McAdams) h 82 Ontario 
Makins, Thomas, proprietor American Hotel, Ontario, nr Earl 
Makins & McAdams (Robert JIakins and Thomas McAdams) grocera, 

82 Ontario 
Malcolm, Robert, cooper, h Rldeau, nr Grove 
Mallory, John, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Maloney, John, grocer, Wellington, cor Qeeen, h same 
Maloney, Patrick, cabinetmaker, Ridcau, cor Bay 
Mann, John, laborer, h Bay, nr Bond Head 
Maunahau, Daniel, sailor, h Brock, nr King 
Mannix, Mrs. H. (widow John) h Colborne, nr Division 
Manson, John, storeman, h nr St. James' Church 



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MANTON, WILLIAM, Jr., clerk, British American Hotel, h same 

Manton, William, provincial store keeper, Princess, nr Ontario 

Mares, Otto, jeweller, h Earl, cor Bagot 

Marrison, Robert, laborer, h Plum, nr York 

Marsh, George, temporary guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Marshall, Edward, engineer, h Wellington, nr Gore 

Marshall, James, carter, h Queen, bet Clergy and Barrie 

Marshall, James, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Barrie 

Marshall, Samuel, carter, h Division, nr EUice 

Marshall, Thomas, boiler-maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Marshall, William, carter, h Division, nr Brock 

Marshall, William, clerk, h Colborne, nr Sydenham 

Marshall, William, fireman G.T.R. h P.ideau, nr North 

Marshall Wm. salesman, h Colborne, nr Clergy 

Martin, Mrs. Catharine (widow John) h Charles, nr Patrick 

Martin George, laborer, h King, nr O'Kill 

MARTIN, HENRY, grocer and provision dealer, Princess, opp Mou« 
treal, h same 

MARTIN, HENRY, prop American Hotel, IGl Princess ' 

Martin, John William, joiner, h Arch, nr Union 

Martin, Richard, butcher, Kingston Market, h Portsmouth 

MARTIN, WILLIAM, wholesale grocer and leather dealer, Lambton 
Buildings, Princess, bet Wellingtou aiid Bagot, h Princess, cor 
^lonfreal 

Mason, Dominic, ship carpenter, h Gore, nr Wellington 

Mason, Miss Elizabeth, teacher, bds Ontario, nr Union 

Mason, Samuel, sailor, h Bagot, nr William 

Masson, Thomas, h Ontaro, nr Union 

Mathers, Mrs. Catharine, h O'Kill, nr George 

Mathews, Mrs. Eliza Ann (wid Robert) milliner. Princess, nr Clergy, 
h same 

Mathews Jacob, engineer, h Division, nr Brock 

Mathison, James, guard, Provincial Penitentiary 

Matthews, James, carpenter, h Sydenham, nr Bay 

Matthews, Jolni, laborer, h Bagot, cor William 

Matthews, John, private boarding house, 50 Brock 

Matthews, John, storeman, h Earl, cor Clergy 

Matthews, Robert, retired, h Johnson, nr Barrie 

Matthews, William, h Johnson, nr Barrie 

Maughan, James, assistant book-keeper, Kingston Brewery and Dis- 
tillery, h Gore, nr Wellington 

MAUGIIAN, THOMAS, book-keeper, Canadian Engine and Machin- 
ery Co. h Gore, bet Bagot and Wellington 

JIaughan, Thomas, bo6k-keepcr, Ontario Foundry, h Gore, nr Wel- 
lington 

Mavety, John, printer, British Whig, bds Pittsburg 



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Mnsfield, James, cook, li King, nr Queen 

JIaxwell, Alexander, laborer, h West, nr Oninrio 

Mayberry, Elizabeth, dressmaker, h head of Johnson ■ 

Mayberry, Martha, dressmaker, h head of Johnson 

Alayberry, Mrs. (widow Alexander) h head of Johnson 

JIaynard, John, cabinetmaker, h Arch, bet Deacon and Uuiou 

Mayne, Miss Jane, dressmaker, h Brock, nr Bagot 

Mayne, Miss Mary Anne, dressmaker, Brock, nr Bag6t, h same 

Mcncham, Samuel, mason, h Durham, 'Willianisville 

Mead, Matthew, laborer, h Wellington, nr Queen 

Meadows, Benjamin, clerk, Kirk & Bose, bds 1/1 Princess 

Jlcaglier, James, physician, Clergy, nr Princess, h same 

Meagher, Jeremiah, Trust and Loan Company, h Uuion, nr Elixabeth 

Meagher, John, law student, Campbell & Moivat 

Meagher, John, commission merchant, h Barrack, nr Wellingtoa 

Meagher, Martin, sailor, h Earl, nr Wellington 

Meagher, Thomas, Custom Ilouse oiBcer, h Sydenham, nr Bay 

Meagher, Thomas, laborer, h Bagot, nr Earl 

Meagher, Thomas, laborer, h Picard, nr Patrick 

Mccahcy, James, waggouuiaker, h '.'0 Division 

Mechanics' Institute, Princess, bet King and Wellington 

Medealfe, John, h Princess, Williamsvilie 

Meguigan, William, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Meek, V.'illiara, teamster. Gas Co. h York, nr Main 

Meek, AVilliam, sen. carter, h York, nr Division 

Meek, William, jun. pressman, Vuily Neics, h York, ur Division 

Melaiie, John, cabman, h Johnson, nr Ontario 

Mellon, Peter, carpenter, Mxls Commercial Uotel, Brock 

Mclmcr, William, teacher, Willianisville School, h Jenkins' lane, nr 

Stuart 
Melville, John, iavcrnkeeper, Bagot, nr William, h same 
Meiiery, Thomas, laborer, h B.irrie, nr York 
Mcnisli, Duncan, carpenter, h Kingston Station 
Menish, Neil, sailor, h Bagot, nr William 

Meredith, Edmund A. inspector of prisons, and secretary to board 
Merison, William, carriage maker, bds Colborne, nr Clergy 
Merrin, John, engincmau, h Kingston Statiou 
Merritt, Gilbert, carpenter, h Barrie, bet Uuion and Bagot 
Mevcs, Otto, jeweller, h B'>got, cor Earl 
Meyers, D. C. carpenter, h Kingston Station ' 
Meyers, Peter, h Kingston Station 
Miildloton, Lewis, captain, h Clergy, nr William 
Miles, Thomas, tailor D. -Atackav, li William 
Milk, George, tailor, h Stuart, cor Second * 
Milk, Joseph, tailor, William Hay 
Millar, II. C. salesman, bds Brock, nr King 



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MILLAE, J. MORTON, commission, shipping, and forwarding, On- 
tario, nr Queen, bds British American Hotel 

Millar, R. I. book keeper, bds British American Hotel 

Millar, Wilhani, laborer, Kingston Foundry 

Miller, Christopher, pensioner, h 7 Gildersleevc's Yard, Johnson 
^ Miller, Colin, h Earl Place, King 

Miller, David, Adjutant, Canadian Rifles, h 158 Princess 

Miller, Francis, laborer, h Colborne, nr Clergy 

Miller, Henry, sailor, h Earl, cor Barrio 

Miller, Robert, miller, h Grove, nr River 

Miller, Robert, sailor, h tN'illiam, nr Bagot 

Miller, William, laborc", h Victoria 

Mills, Andrew, cabinet maker, L Upper Bagot, nr Anne 

Mills, George,' boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Mills, George, laborer, h Upper Bagot, nr EUice 

Mills, James, tinsmith, h Queen, lu' Division 

Mills, John, grocer, Barrie, nr William, h same 

Mills, John, mason, h Upper Bagot, cor Anne 

Mills, John, pedlar, h 7l Brock 

Mills, William, shoemaker, h Jenkin's lane, nr Stuart 
I Milne, Alexander, engineer, h Arch, nr Deacon 

i Milne, Thomas, bds Gprc, nr Wellington 

! Milne, William, engineer, li Gore, nr Wellington 

■ Milne, William, tinisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

, Milo, Francis, painter and paper-hanger, Wellington, bet Brock and 

I Princess, h Montreal, nr Pieard 

Milor, Francis, painter, h Montreal, nr John 

Milsap, Mrs. Elizabeth (wiJ Stunri) pro]) Anglo-American Hotel, On- 
tario, cor Johnson 

Milton, Edward, blacksmith, bds Clergy, nr Sydenham 

Milton, Edward, blacksmith, bds Ordnance, nr Montreal 

Minncs, Henry, salesman, bds Princess, nr Barrie 

Minnes, William P. tannery. Princess, opp Gordon, h same 

Minniss, James (Macnee & Waddell) h 8.> Princess 

Minniss, Mrs. Jane (wid Thomas) h 85 Princess 

Mingaye, W. R. surveyor of customs, h Queen, nr Sydenham 

Mink, George, saloon, livery stable, and stage proprietor. Princess, nr 
Clergy, h same 

Minster, William, clerk, bds 173 Princess 

Mitchell, Alexander, sailor, h Ordnance, nr Sydenham 

Mllchell, Hugli, mason, h Arch, bet Deacon and Union 

Mitchell, James, nnison, h Arch, bet Deacon and Uuion 

Mitchell, John, captain, h Wellington, iir Gore 

Mitchell, John C. builder, h Stuart, nr First 

Mitchell, Peter, h O'Kill, nr George 

Mitchell, William, h Barrie, nr Union 



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■JIofTat, David, teacher, h Queen, cor Montreal 

Moffatt, K. M. colonel. Royal Canadian Rifles, h Sydenham, cor 
Johnson 
""'MoUaiid, James, tavcrnkeeper. King, cor Beverly, h same 

MoUoy, John, saloon, 51 Princess, h same 

Monaglmn, Jlrs. Elizabeth (wid Jeremiah) h nr head of Yonge- 

Monaghan, Michael, laborer, bds Main, nr Picard 

Moncricf, Peter, ship carpenter, h Ontario, nr Gore 

Monlot, A. carter, h William, nr Barrie 

Montreal Assurance Co. (fire and marine) John D. Noble, agent, St. 
Lawrence wharf, ft Johnson 

MONTREAL 0CE4N STEAJISIIIP CO. John C. Clark, agent. 
King, cor Brock 

MONTREAL TELEGRAPH OFFICE, J. W. Stokes, manager, 
Clarence, opp the Post Oflice 

Montgomery, Stuart, dyer and scourer. Princess, nr Barrie, h same 

Montgomery, William, musician, h Montreal, ur Princess 
.Mooney, Edward, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Moore, Mrs. Ann (wid John) tavcrnkeeper, Kingston Station 

Moore, Miss Catharine, tnilorcss, W. J. Percy 

Moore, Christopher, salesman, bds Brock, nr King 

Moore, Edward, salesman, bd.-i Gore, nr King • 

Moore, Mrs. Elizabeth (wid James) h Gore, nr King 

Moore, Ilutehison, sliocniuker, h Queen, ur Division 

Moore, James, accountant, bds King 

Moore, James (lloore & Skinner) h Wellington, nr Princess 

Moore, John, shoemaker, bds Second, nr Stuart 

Moore, John, steward, h Earl, nr Bagot 

Moore, Joseph, grocer, Clergy, cor Colborne, h same 

Moore, Joseph, mason, h Colborne, cor Clergy 

Moore, Mrs. Mary Jane (wid William) h Barrie, cor Brock 

Moore, Robert, bds Burnett Ilouac 

Moore, Robert, sUulcnt, bds Simeoc, nr King 

Moore, Thomas, li Brock, nr Barrie 

Jloorc, Thomas, merchant tailor and clothier, Brock, bet King and 
Wellington, h same 

Moore, Thomas, steward, li Gore, cor Bagot 

Moore, Thomas, tailor, W. J. Percy, bds 44 Brock 

Moore, William, wharfinger, St. Lawrence wharf, bds Anglo-Am ericaa 
Hotel 

Moore Si Skinner (James Moore and John Skinner) dry goods. Prin- 
cess, cor AVellington 

Mornn, Denis, policeman, h Ontario, nr Union 

Moran, Michael, laborer, h Earl, bet Bagot and Wellington 

Morgan, John, clerk, W. R. McRae & Co. bds George cor Stuart 

Morgan, William, boiler maker, h George, cor Stuart 



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95 



Morgan, William, foreman, Kingston Foundry 

Morlcy, James, gardener, Uon. Aloxander Campbell, h Union 

Morley, Joseph R. salesman, h Colborne, nr Clergy 

Morley, Samuel, h Colborne, nr Barrie 

Morris, Emanuel, waiter, British American llotel, bds same 

Morrison, F. machinist, Victoria Iron Works, h head of Queen 

Morrison, M. wholesale and retail flour and provision dealer, Princess 
nr Bagot, h same 

Morton, Mrs. Margaret (wid James) h Mortonwood, nr King 

Aloses, John, laborer, h Division, nr Colborne 

Mosiar, Mrs. Catharine, h William, nr Wellington 

Moss, James, shoemaker, h Clergy, nr Colborne 

Mossie, William, carpenter, h Colborne, nr Barrie 

Mostyn, John, tinsmith, bds Williamsvillc 

Mostyn, Mrs. (wid George) nurse, h 85 Brock 

Mostyn, Thomas, license inspector, h 88 Brock 

Mothcrscll, Tliomns, painter, b head of Johnson 

Movers, George, book-keeper, Chown & Cunningham, bds Princess 

Mowat, George L. (Campbell & Mowat) h Johnson, nr Clergy 

Mowat, Mrs. Ilelen (wid John) h Princess, nr Division 

Mowat, John, clerk, 15 Brock, bds 44 Brock 

Mowat, Rev. John B. professor. Queen's College, h Johnson, nr Clergy 

Mowat, Oliver, cooper. Queen, nr Wellington, h same 

Moxan, James, sen. switchman, h Kingston Station 

Moxan, James, jun. yardman, h Kingston Station 

Moxlcy, John, basket-maker, li James, nr Montreal 

Mnekler, William, nmuldcr, Kingstou Foundry, h Railway Cottages 

MUCKLESTON, SAMUEL, wholesale and retail hardware. Princess 
bet Kmg and Wellington, h Wellington, cor Earl ' 

]\Iudie, John, law student, Campbell and Mowat 

Mulliall, Thomas, sailor, h Ontrio nr Brock 

Mulholland, Thomas, joiner, h liarric, bet Union and Ba''Ot 

Mulkins, Rev. Hannibal, chaplain, P. P. h Sydenham, nr Johnson 

Mull.an, Jeremiah, laborer, h Earl, nr Bagot 

Mullen, Mrs. Catharine, (widow John) hOntario, nr Barrack 

Mullen, Eiias, student, bds Johnson, ur Barrie 

Mulligan, clockmaker, h Division, nr Jenkins lane 

Mulligan, William, cooper, h Union, nr Arch 

MuUins, Bernard, laborer, h Wellington, nr Barrack 

Muloch, Rev. John A. pastor St. Paul's Church, h Queen, bet Mon- 
treal and Sydenham 

Muudell, David, ship-carpenter, h Arch, nr Deacon 

Munns, John, carpenter, h Union nr Arch 

Munro, George, engineer, h Wellington, bet Earl and Gore 

Munro, John R accountant. Commercial Bank, h Earl 

Munro, WiUiam, salesman, bds City Hotel 



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thankfully reCiMVed and pjuctually attended to. Workmanship Warranted. 

W. J, PERCY, Merchant Tailor and Clothier. 



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■Munro, William, teller, Moutrenl Bank, bds Barric, nr Union 

Miircotte, Josf|iIi, caulker, h Ontario, cor Gore 

Jlurcottc, TheoJore, laborer, Ij Ontario, cor Gore 

Murpliy, .Arthur, laborer, li 72 Ontario 

Mtirpliy, James, carpenter, h 4 Gilderslceve's yard, Johnson, nr Wel- 
lington 

Murpl'v, tloiin, carpenter, h nr head Yonge 

Mmphy, John, laborer, h Centre, nr Barrie 

Murphy, Joseph, preventive officer Cnstom Ilouse, h 'Wolfe Island 

Murphy, Mary, cook Burnett Ilouse, hds same 

Murphy, Airs. Mary, (widow Peter) h Gordon, nr William 

Murphy, Nicholas, laborer, h Olcr^y, nr Ordnance 

Murphy, P. helper, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

Muiphy, Thoniiis, procer. Division, nr Ellice, h same 

Murphy, Thomas, tinsmith, bds Stewartsville 

Murray, Kdward, captain, h Stuart, nr B.irrie 

Murray, George, sailor, h Ontario, nr Karl 

Murray, James, engineer, h Division, cor York 

Murray, James, laborer, h Montreal road 

Murray, liev. John C. prol'essor Queen's College, bds Maitland 

Murjav, Mis. Mary, huckster, North Market sqtiare, li Queen, ur 
Wellington 

Murray, Samuel G. deputy, warden Provincial Penitentiary. 

Murray, 'riinmas, sailor, h Cull)nrne, nr Barrie 

Murray, Williim, deputy sheriff county Frontenac, Court Ilouse, h 
Queen, nr Svdenham 

Murrill, P.Ltriek, li (Jueen, nr Wellington 

Murvin, William. Iiliorer, h Wellington, nr Union 

Mustard, Mrs Cntr.nrine, h Birrie, n Centre 

Mydster, W. .-V. law student, bds Princess nr Bngot 

Myers, Henry, storeman, George ChafTey & Bros, h Queen, nr Bagot 

Nailor, ITenry, (colored) whttewnsher, h 89 Princess 

Neish, James, sub-editor Daih/ Neios, h Colborne, nr Sydenham 

Ncill. John, ernrer. Princess, Williamsville. h same 

NEILSON, WI1,LI.\M, station master, G-lMl. h Kingston Station 

Nelligan, Bartholomew, truits and conlectionary, Ontario, nr Burnett 

Ilouse, li same 
Nelson, Wm. clerk, 4 4 King, bds same 
Nelson, William, sailor, h nr head Yonge 
Newberry, Mr. grocer, Princess, Williamsville, h same 
Newlnnd, G.'orge, ii.nson, 1> Princess, lir Gordon 
Newland, Wm. mason, h Princess, nr Gordon 
Newman, John, billiard and oyster saloon, King, nr Brock, h same 

7 



08 



KINGSTON CITr 



Weliiitolnou/c ' ^'"P-^»^P"''-- 1'—. cor Barrie, bd.. 
Newton, Miss Agnes, dressmaker, h 91 Crock 
Newton, Alexander, carjienter and joiner, li 91 Brock 
Newton, Thomas, cabman, h Picnrd, nr Patrick 
Nicliol, Patrick, policeman, h John 

Ntlh-!;!onr;r Sn' '""^"'■' ''''"'''"" ^^™ S^l^-'. •^'^ 
Nichohon, David, plasterer, h William, nr Barrie 
Nicholson, John, cahman, h William, nr Ba-ot 
N,eho son, Mark, laborer, h Bagot, cor William 

■ w'l I w'-,r '"'""' """l^'""". '> Division, cor Jenkins' lane 
Nickle, AVilliam, gentleman, h Ontario, nr Brock 
Nimmo John, news agent, h Barrie, nr (;entre 

NaC: ?''"''^' f't"H ^^-^ ^'"™' ^'' Union and Bagot 
Nobes, James, baker, h Yonse, nr Barrie 

• w , ''^' J!?'"^"' Pi-'nsioner, li York, cor Stuart 
Nobes, Wilhain, carpenter, h William, nr Barrie 
Noble, Isaac, h Kideau, cor Norlh 

Noble John I) A^-ent Montreal Assurance Co. office St. Lawrenc. 
wharf, 1, Ontario, opp Burnett Housq l^awrenc* 

Noble, Mrs. Mary Jane (widow Kdward) h Barrie, cor Stuart 

P;ov,?, !? 1 "S^"\^^r ^''■^ Association of London, Scottish 
S T J "■' "'"^ ^'^' Assurance Co. and Hartford Fire Insur 
ance Co. Clarence, opp the Post Ofiice, h Earl nr Barrie 

Nolan, Hugh liil^orer, h Upper Bagot, nr Anne ' 

Noon, John, h George, nr Stuart 

Nugent, Denis laborer, h Gordon, nr Johnson 
Nugent, 1 atrick, policeman, 1, Montreal, nr Charles 
Nugent, Feter, sailor, h Gordon, nr Johnson 
^ugent, lliomas, cabman, h Earl, nr Wellington 
Nursey, Kichard, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

o 

'''"^^::;^^J::^r^'-^'-' ^'^araad tobacco de.er, 
0|Briei), John, carter, h John nr Thomas 
O Bnen, John, carter, h Montreal road 



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99 



O'Brien, Jolin, sailor, h Ordnance, cor Bond Head 

O Bnen, John, shoemaker, h Earl, nr Ba^ot 

O'Brien, John, shoemaker, li William, nr°Ba"ot 

O Bnen, Joseph, carpenter, h Kingston Station 

O Bnen, Martin bartender, Anglo-American Hotel, bds same ' 

O'Rri':;;' T "• ^I"/ (""1°- J"'>") seamstress, h Ontario, nr Brock 

O Bnen, Thomas, laborer, Kingston Station 

O'Brien, Thomas, ship carpenter, h Ontario, nr Gore 

O Bnen, Timothy, laborer, h (leiitre 

Ockley, M. grocer, Barrie, nr William, h same 

Ockley, Vincent, grocer, i7 Princess, b same 

O Connor, John, grocer, Sydenham, cor Ordnance, h same 

O Connor, Mrs Mary (wi-i Patrick) h Wellington nr Clarence 

O Connor, Michael, mason, h William, nr Ba °ot 

n.n°""°n' »"'""''' '''''°'"' •' ""S^t. cor Jolnison 

U Donne, l.ryan. gardener, h Brock, nr Barrie 

O Donne , Mrs. Eleanor (wid Edward) h nr head Yon-e 

O Donne , John, grocer. Bay, cor Bond Head, h same 

O Donnell, John, printer, U Wellington 

O;i)onnell, John, teacher, h Wellington, nr Earl 

n-n"""' ' ?r!"""f ' S""'' I'rovincial Penitentiary ^ 

nZlTl' Z'Y ^t",',"- ^ ^^"'^^' ^'' «""^ and Gordon 
Oftee Saloon ; Robert Gill, prop. Brock, nr King 

Offord, George (George Oflord & Co.) h Queen, nr Bagot 
Off I •'°''"; '"'7?,''"d ""ware. Princess, h 93 Johnsmi, nr Ba^-ot 
Offo d, Jonathan (George Offord & Co.) h Johnson, nr BagoT = 
Offord, George, & Co (George and Jonathan Offord) Penitentiary boot 
n-or? 'I f^'lr "'«'-<-''°"se) Princess, nr Wellington ^ 

OGORM.IN, MICHAEL, boat builder, Si'mcoe, h same (see card, 

Ohe, James, blacksmith, h Union, nr Wellington 
O Laugh in. Rev. Anthony, Church of England, h Barrie, cor Brock 
nnfl ^'m'"' ? "• C^'lfrme (wid James) tavern. Clarence, nr P O 
O dfiu, Mrs. A ary (wid John) h Wellington, nr Barrack 

' TeiTace; King""" ""'^ °'"°''"' ^'"°' ""■ ^"'''"'' ^ ^^'^''^'^P"' 
Oliver, Mrs.'c. (wid Charles) h Charles Place, Union 
O iver, Daviu Commissary Department, h Ontario, nr Queen 
Oliver, Mrs. Fanny (wid Charles) h Union, nr King 
Oliver, George H. h King, nr Gore 

Oliver. George T. clerk, British and American E.xprcss Co, h Union 
Olone, Abraham, laborer, h ft Bay 
Olsin, n. F. jeweler, h King, nr O'Kill 
Malley, John, laborer, h Wade's lane, nr Union 



100 



KINGSTON CITY 



O'Mnra, Michael, blacksmitb, li Barrack, nr Rideau 

O'Mara, Michael, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Rideau 

O'Neil, James, laborer, h Wellington, nr William 

O'Neil, John, clerk, h Ordnance, nr Montreal Road 

O'Neil, Matthew, laborer, h Earl, cor Bagot 

O'Neil, Philip, carpenter, h Kingston Station 

O'Neil, Mis3 Sarah, milliner and dress maker. King, iir Queen, h same 

O'Neill, James, clerk, bds Ottawa Uouse 

O'Neill, John, laborer, h Sydenham, ur Bay 

O'Neill, John, sailor, h Queen, nr Montreal 

O'Neill, Patrick, sailor, bds Johnson, nr King 

O'Neill, Thomas, laborer, h ft Bay 

O'REILLY, JAMES (O'Reilly & O'Reilly) h Barrie, opp the Park 

O'Reilly, James, tailor, h nr head Yoiige 

O'Reilly, Hiss Margaret, dress maker, h Ontario, nr Water Works 

O'Reilly, Peter, sen. Queen's counsel, and clerk county court of rron- 

tenac. h Barrie, nr O'KiU 
O'REILLY, PETIOR (O'UeUlv & O'Reilly) h Barrie, opp the Park 
O'REILLY & O'REILLY (James and Peter O'Reilly) barristers, 

Aiuhnr Building, Brock, cor King 
O'Riclly, Patrick, shoemaker, h Jenkin'a lane, bet Division and Stuart 
Orme, jlark A. grocer, Princess, nr King, h same 
Orr, James, tavern kccficr. King, nr O'Kill, h same 
Orr, John, storemnn J. II. Henderson & Co. h Bagot, nr Jobuson 
Orr, Johnston, grocer, H Princess, h same 
Osliorne, John, carpenter, bds Bagot, nr William 
O'Sliaughncasy, Michael, laborer, h Bagot, nr Johnson 
O'SuUivau, Daniel, grocer, WilHam, cor Bagot, h same 
Otis, James, carpenter, h Sydenham, nr Bay 

O'Tool, Stephen, cabman, h Ordnance, bet Sydenham and Clergy 
Ottawa House, James Campbell, prop. Princess, cor Ontario ' 

Owen, John, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Ovens, Mrs. Ehzabeth, h Barrie, nr Jobnaoii 

Ovens, James, laborer, h Victoria, Williamsville ' 

Ovcrciid, Thomas, builder and contractor, 48 Brock, h same 



Paddon, Thomas, sailor, h Centre, nr Barrie 
Painter, John, engineer, E. Berry & Co.'s flouring mills 
Palmer, David, policeman, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
Palmer, Noble, h King, nr William 
Palmer, Timotliv, steward, h Union, nr Ontario 
PALMER, WILLIAM E. clerk, Burnett House, bds Eame 
Pannell, William S. carpenter, h Division, nr Queen 
PARKE, THO-MAS, barrister. King, cor Earl, bda British American 
-Hotel 



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101 



PARKER, E. n. chemist and druggist, JIarket square, bds British 

American Hotel (see card, p. 102) 
Pfttker, Gabriel, cook, h Queen, nr Clergy 
Parker, James, sailmakcr, h Bagot, nr Brock 
Parker, John, laborer, h Sydenham, nr Pieard 
Parker, Samuel, laborer, h Barrie, ur William 
PABNELL, JOHN II. publisher and proprietor, Canadian Church- 

mnn, Bagot, cor Princess, h Gore, ur Bagot (see card, p. 40) 
PABNELL, REV. T. A. editor Canadian Churchman, and clerical 

secretary. Synod of Ontario, h Barrie cor Brock 
Parsons, George, laborer, h Clergy cor Earl 
Parspus, John, laborer, h Jenkins' lane, nr Division 
Parsons, William, shoemaker, Joseph Dillon, h 143 Princess 
Pasroe, James, blacksmith, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
PATON, JOHN, commissioner, Upper Canada Trust and Loan Co. 

h Emily 
Patterson, David John, joiner, h Victoria, Williamsville 
Patterson, Matthew, sailor, h William, nr Bagot 
Patterson, Robert, captain, h William, nr Barrie 
PATTON, HON. JAMES, barrister, Clarence, opp the Post Office, 

li Maitland 
Pawlcy, Alexander, sailor, li Ordnance, nr Barrie 
Payfair, Charles E. porter, Burnett House, h William 
Payfair, Edward, laborer, bds William, bet Wellington and Bagot 
Payne, Robert, laborer, h King, nr O'Kill 
Peacock, James, whitewasher, h Bagot, nr Johnson 
Pearce, Samuel, puddler, Victoria Iron Works, h Place d'Armes 
Pender, John C. ledger-keeper. Bank of Montreal, h Barrie 
Peimy, Mrs. Mary Ann (widow John) h Gore, nr Welliugton 
Penny, William G. bell-boy, Burnett House, bds same 
Penner, Charles, h King, nr Willinm 

Pense, Edward J. B. reporter, British Whig, h Bagot, nr Princess 
Pense, Mrs. Harriet (widow Lorenzo) h Bagot, nr Brock 
Pense, John G. (Pense & Gee) h t)3 Princess 
Pense & Gee (John G. Pense and Charles Gee) cabinetmakers and 

upholsterers, (j.3 Princess 
Pepper, Robert, pensioner, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 
Percy, John, carter, ii Ontario, nr Princess 
PERCY. WILLIAM J. merchant tailor and clothier, 15 Brock, h 

41 Brock (see card, p. 9G) 
Perdwy, William, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Perkins, Joseph, caulker, h Ontario, nr Gore 
Perry, John, h Barrack, nr Ontario 

Perry, John A. Machinist, Victoria Iron Works, h Barrack 
Petrie, E. A. ledger-keeper. Commercial Bank, h Ontario 
Phelan, James, salesman, bds Queen, nr Montreal 



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PhilUp; Meander, billiard saloon. ^yelUngto". cor Brock, h same. 

SKr^^^o^Y!S.S:^or.w. - 

SS:n; S:^;S^^ a:l!l ^^ ^orU^ Ba,ot. cor .o..on. 
vJ:::X S. soap and potash .auufacturer. Ordnance, nr ^Vem^g- • 

ton, h Rideau. cor Ordnance 
P,,i „., S.— S ■, B"»^ Uj*. B.^, ^^__ .^ 

24 Princess, h same (see card. P- »-; Wellington, 

Pijati, Joseph, butcher and sausage maker, Johnson, n 

PLEWErALFRED. flour, feed and , rain dealer. Ontario, cor Brock 

Po<-ue, J. sailor, h Barnc, cor harl 
PoSue. John, cabinet nmker, h Barne 
Po^ue Job,,, mason, h Colborne nr Barne 

Pnllcv Miss Mary Ann, tailoress. W.J. 1 ercy 

Porter. John, policeman h 98 rinicess p, cor Wellinston 

POST OFFICE, Robt. Deacon, postroaster. Clarence, 
Potter, Nelson. Shoemaker b Barrack, nr King 

S^S^^s?^;^:S%ii,iam 

S&CSaSK'^rnn. Clergy 
Pow James, sailor, h Wellington, nr Queen 

Pratz. William, tailor h ft of Bay 

Prcece. Isaac, laborer, h Ordnance, nr Sydenham 



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Presley, Mrs. Elizabeth, tailorcss, h 8-1 Princess 
Presley, George, laborer, h Jenkin'a lane, nr Stuart 
Price, C. V. Inw student, bds 25 Barrie 
Price, Isaac H. law student, bds Barrie, cor Johnson 
Price, K. B. medical student, bds Sydenham, nr Princess 
Priestly, Robert, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 

Prime, Frederick, assistant teacher, Wclhuglon Street School, h Pitts- 
burgh 
Primitive Methodist Church, Brock, nr Barrie 
• Prittie, Thomas, rope maker, bds Wilham, nr Barrie 
Proctor, William, tinsmith, h Yonge, nr Barrie 
Pugh, David John, harness maker, h Division, nr Colbornc 
Pugh, Mrs. Lillie (wid John) h Divisi<in, nr Colborne 
Pugh, William, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Pullen, Andrew, ship carpenter, h York, nr Pieard 
Purcell, Miss Sarah, waiter, Burnett House, bds same 
Purcill, Patrick, sexton, St. Mary's (U. C.) Church, h C7 Johnson, nr 

Division 
Purdon, William J. night telegraph operator, bds Kingston Station 
Purdue, John, laborer, h Centre, bet Barrie and Gordon 
Purdue, William, laborer, h Centre, nr Barrie 
Purdy, William James, carpenter, h Gordon, nr William 
Purvis, William, shoemaker, William Adams, bds same 
Purvis, William, laborer, h Barrie, nr Stuart 
Pyner, John, laborer, h Yonge, nr Barrie 

d 

Queen Insurance Co. (fire and life) A"ndcrson & Ford, agents. United 

States Wharf 
Queen Street School, Miss Mary Jane Bibby, teacher, Queen, bet Bar- 
rie and Division 
Queen Street School, Miss Sarah Greenwood, teacher, Queen, bet 

Barrie and Division 
Queen Street School, Miss Anne Rose, teacher. Queen, bet Barrie and 

Division 
Queen Street School, T. C. Wilson, head teacher. Queen, bet Barrio 

and Division 
Quigley, J.iincs, tavernkceper, Kingston Station, h same 
Quigley, Owen, laborer, G.T.R. freight depot, h Johnson, nr Ontario' 
Quigley, Peter, soap manufacturer, Brock, nr Bagot, h same 
Quigley, Thomas, blacksmith's helper, bds Montreal, cor Piciird 
Quill, Arthur, captain, 11. C. lUllcs, h Queen, nr Sydenham 
Quinn, Mrs. Ann (wid John) h Johusou. nr Wcllingtou 
Quinn, Michael, grocer. Market sriuare, h same 
Quinn, Michael, engineer, h Bond Ilcftd, cor Bay 



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Quinton, Benjamin, proprietor Pierpont saloon, ft William, United 

■ States Wharf 
Quinton, John, rule maker, h Ontario, cor William 
Quinton, William, rule maker, and boarding house, Bagot, nr Brock. 

Radford, Isaac Henry, h Anne, nr Upper Bagot 

Pagan, Michael, laborer, h King, cor George 

Uainbird, Thomas, roller, Victoria Iron Works, h Barrack 

Ramage, Mrs. Ellen (wid Thomas) h Centre, nr Gordon 

Ramage, John, watchmak>.r and jeweller, Brock, nr Wellington, h 

same 
Rambout, John, physician, Royal Canadian Rifles, h Sydenham, cor 

Colborne 
Randolph, Jonathan, brakesman, bds Kingston Station 
Randolph, William, boarding liouse, Kingston Station b same 
Rankin, Mrs. Anu (wid James) h Clergy, nr Princess 
Rankin, Andrew, porter, E. II. Parker 
Ranson, C. II. teller, Commercial Bank, h Ontario 
Ransome, Charles, teller, Commercial Bank, bds Ontario, nr West 
Rappe, Charles, piano maker J. C. Fox, bds Earl, nr Barrie 
Rattenbury, Robert, carpenter, h 78 Princess 
Ray, Daniel, cooper, bds 207 Princess 
Rca, Andrew, laborer, h York, ur Pieard 
Rea, Andrew, sailor, h Stuart, nr Arch 
Reay, Tliomas, harness maker, bds 1G(J Princess 
Redmond, John, laborer, h King, nr Place d'Arma 
Redmond, Thomas, sailor, bds King, nr Place d'.Vrms 
Reedy, Mrs. M.irgarct (wid Denis) h West, nr Ontario 
Rces, Mrs. Fanny (wid John; boarding house keeper, 154 Prhicesi 
Rees, Frederick S. clerk A. Bruce, bds 154 I'rince'ss 
Reeves, Richard A., B.A., house surgeon, Kingston Uospital, h same 
Reeves, William, car inspector, h Kingston Station 
Regan,- Mrs. Ann (wid James) grocery, Wellington, nr Queen, h same 
Regan, John, laborer, h Union, nr Arch 
Rcid, Duncan, carpenter, h Princess, Williamsville 
Reed, H.ayter, law student, bds Queen nr Sydenham 
ReiJ, J.-(mes, h Wellington, nr Johnson 
Beid, Jauics, laborer, h Montreal, nr Ordnance 
Reid, Paid, ship carpenter, h U'Kill, nr George 
Reid, Pt-tcr, laliorer, h Centre, nr Johnson 
Reid, Robert, finisher, bds Ontario, nr William 
Reid, S.imucl, printer, lirilUh fVhig, bds Montreal, nr Ordnance 
Reid, William, sausage maker, Johnson, h same 
Renuard, Johu, tavern keeper, Barrie, nr Earl, h same 



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Eenton, Mrs. Luca (widow James) h Centre, nr Gordon 
Reynolds, George, laborer, h Ridcnu, nr North 
Reynolds, Robert N. cnr repairer, h Kingston Station 
Reynolds, Samuel, shoemaker, h Victoria, Willlamsville 
Reynolds, William, moulder, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Rice, Miss Mary, h Wellington, nr Earl 
Rice, Peter, laborer, li Johnson, nr Ontario 
Richardson, James, merchant tailor, 21 Rrock, h King 
Richardson, John, overseer, Provincial Penitentiary 
■'iv Richinson, James, grain dealer, h King, nr Gordon 

Richmond, James, book-keeper, h Gore, bet King and Wellington 
Richmond, Jlrs. Margaret (widow George) h Gore, nr King 
RIDDELL, JAMES, manager, Bank of British North America, h 

King, cor Gore 
Riding, Thomas, tailor, hds Victoria 
Ridout, C clerk. Bank of Upjicr Canada, bds Earl 
Rigncy, Daniel, salesman, hda William, nr Bagot 
Riley, John, fireman, h C9 Ontario 
Riley, Michael, elevator weighman, Geo. Chaft'ey & Bros, h King, nr 

Marine Railway. 
Riley, Micliacl, laborer, h Ontario, nr Gore 
Ringwood, Mrs. Lctitia (widow Patrick) h Queen, nr Barrie 
Ritoliic, Mrs. W. h Earl, nr Bagot 
Roach, John, laborer, h Clergy, nr Ordnance 
Roach, Maurice, carpenter, h Brock, nr Bagot 
Robb, Alexander, proprietor St. Lawrence llotel, Market square 
Robb, Ephraim, laborer, h Bay, nr Sydenham 
Robb, James, tavcrnkecpcr, Queen, cor King, h same 
Robb, John, grocer and policeman. King, nr Barrack, h same 
Eobbs, Mrs. Elizabeth, h Barrack, nr King 
Robbs, William, carter, h Kuv', nr George 
Robertson, Benjamin, clerk, bds Ontario, opp Burnett House 
Robertson, Mrs. EMza, bonrding-house, Simcoe, nr King 
ROBERTSON, GEORGE, Sea. (George Robertson & Son) h Onta- 
rio, 0]>p Burnett House 
ROBERTSON, GEORGE, Jun. (George Robertson & Son) Ontario 

opp Burnett House 
Robertson, Mrs. Janet (widow John) h Union, nr Wellington 
Robertson, John, pensioner, h head Johnson 

Robertson, Thomas, clerk, bds Ontario, opp Burnett House • 

ROBERTSON, GEORGE, & SON (George, sen. and George, jun.) 
wholesale grocers, and manufacturers of coffee and spices, Onta- 
rio, opp Burnett House (see card p lOiJ) 
Robinson, Alexander, tinsmith, bds Wellington, nr Princess 
Robinson, Andrew, laborer, h Division, ur Plum 
Robinson, B. boiler maker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co, 



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Robson, Alexander, sailor, h nr head Yonee 
Roche, George ^*illi«^,, ee... h Barrie, nr'union 

ter"' F deH-'T Ir'' """.? '' °'^"'' ^ ^"- 
"u„crs, 1 . clerk, ii King, nr Barrie 

n^'rU^mn"'"'-""^'"^' ''■ ^"--'^ Church (English) h Barrie. 
Rollo, John, blacksmith's holner h Klnn-.(„„ c, .• 
Ron ie, Francis, laborer, h >lLXaS'°" ""^'°" 
Rondu,e, I raum, huckster. 1, Wellington, nr Barrack 
RooMcy. Patrick, laborer, h Sydenham, nr Plcard 
Rooney Thomas, laborer, h j'ol.n, „r Patri k 
Roo . Charles, carpenter, h Kingston Station 
Root, Hiram carpenter, h Kingston Station 

■^"bi'T ■'■■ *'*• •■'*'■' »"■«'■ "-i""- 0.. ., Q„.„. ,„ 

n ' ^'/'J""'";- "'OolJor, h Union, nr Arch 

PA n/,"' i°\"^; ^'""'"' '■ J^"'. "■• King 

Rowe. John, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 



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EINGSTON COFFEE AND SPICE STEAM MILLS ! 
GEO. ROBERTSON & SON, 

CMPORTERS ANO 





KINGSTON, C.W. 

(tj-Manufacturers of Coffees, Spices, Cream Tarter, 
Blacking, &c. 



wm. E^amm^QM, 




DEALKU IN 

KOOM PAFEK, 
Decoration and Bordering of every Description, 

eSfSLlSHl, AMERDCAM &iiQi FRENCH, 

CITY PAINT SHOP, 

Bagot Street, between Princess and Queen Streets, 

NEAR MEDICAL HALL. 



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ROWLANDS, J. proprietor D.iihj News nnj ClironicU ^ Newt, 

Princess, nr King, li George 
Rowlanda, Mrs. matron, Kingston Hospital, Ii same 
Koyce, Jolui, proprietor Wexlbrd House, Ontario, cor Queen 
Koycroft, Tbos. mariner, h r -1 Johnson, nr Untaiio 
Eudd, Ilenry O. sailor, bds Patrick, nr Picard 
Rudd, Lnnisa, (widow Henry) h. Patrick, nr Picard 
Rudd, T. G.Stone and wood denier, Pittsburgli, h Johnson, nr Bagot 
Rudd, Thomiis, li Johnson, nr Bagot 

RUDSTON, WlLLI.\i\I (Wn,. Uudston & Son) h 4C Princcs3 
RUUSTON, AVILLIAM F. (Wn.. KuJston & Son) h Queen, opp 

Apostolic Cduircli 
RUDSTON, WM. & SON (Wm. Rndsinn and Wm. F. Rudston) 

wholesale and retail hardware, ■Hi Princess 
Ruggs, llnbert, tailor, hds King, nr Brock 
Rnnians, Norman, clerk, Wm. Martin, bds American Hotel 
Runians, Norman, salesnian, P. Cani|iliell, bJs I'rinccss.-cor Wellington 
RushCord, Ale.vander, laborer, h head William 
Rutherford, J. blacksniitli, Victoria lion Works, h Division 
Kutherlbrd, lioluMt, can iagcinakev, h Division, nr JMaiu 
Rutherford, Thomas, laborer, h Division, nr Alain 
Ruilan, Henry, clerk, bds 3.") Princess 

Itnttan, Mrs. Sojihia (wiilinv Henry) h William, nr Wellington 
Rj'an, Jaincs, sailor. It West nr Oiilaiio 
Ryan, John, shoemaker, h Queen, nr Bajot 
Ryan, Mrs. .Inlia, (widow .Maiihewj h Johnson, nr Ontario 
Ryan, Lawrence, laborer, li Montreal, bet John and Picard 
Ryan, Michael. laborer, h .lenkins' J;ine, bet Stuart and Division 
Rydar, John, laborer, h John nr Patrick 
Ryder, Samuel, ajiprenlicc miller, E. Berry & Co. bds Ontario nr 

Queen 
Ryder, Thomas, miller, E. Berry & Co bds Ortrrio, nr Queen 
Ryne, James, law student, J. J. Burrowes, h Piitsburg tLwajhip 

s 

Salvin, Patrick, laborer, h Montreal, nr John 

Sampson, Mrs. Hannah, h King, cor William 

Sander, Henry, tavernkeeper, .V2 Princess 

Sander, John A. barkeeper, ^2 Princess, bds same 

Sanders, William, ship carpenter, lids Queen, cor King 

Sands, John, tailor, h Queen, nr Barrie 

Sanford, Eraslns, musician, li Sydenham, nr Johnson 

Sangster, Charles, reporter, Dailij News,\\ Barrie bet Union and Bagot 

Sangster, John, tinsmith, h (iuei n, bet Clergy and Barrie 

Sargent, Thomas W. storeniau, U. S. Wharf,'li Queen, nr Bagot 



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KINGSTON CITY 



Sarslield, George, shoemnkcr, h Colborne, cor Upper D.igot 

Sarsficld, Mrs. Jane (wid William) h Upper Bngot, iir Colborne 

Saunders, Edward, boarding house, Ontario, cor Earl 

Saunders, J. C. h 51 Brock 

Saunders, John, laborer, h William, bet King and Welllngtoa 

Saunders, William, li Jenkin's lane, cor Stuart 

Saunders, William, tinsmith, bda nr Eagle Foundry 

Savage, John, h York, cor Carlisle 

Savage, Octavius T. painter, h Sydenham, nr Bay 

Savage, Thomas, painter, William, nr AVellington, h same 

Savage, William II. G. liouse, sign, and ornamental painter, 84 and 85 

Brock, li same 
Sawyer, William, portrait painter, Wellington, nr Princess, h Earl, cor 

Wellington • 

Scales, Thomas, ship carpenter, h George, nr O'Kill 
Scally, Patrick, sailsr, h Gore, nr Ontario 
Schafer, Matthias, cigar maker, h Montreal road 
Schmidt, IlenrTjJjJio maker, J. C. Pox, h Princess, nr Sydenham 
Schribcr, Mrs. f£^' (wid John) h Barrle, bet Bagot and King 



Scinnamon, George; moulder, bds Ontario, cor Queen 

Scinnamon, William, moulder, bds Ontario, cor Queen 

Scotch Kirk, Princess, cor Clergy 

Scott, Mrs. Eliza, tavernkeeper, Ontario, cor Queen 

Scott, James, head teacher, Wellington Street School, bds Bagot, bet 

Johnson aud William 
Scott, John, carter, h Division, nr Plum 
Scott, John, jnn. mason, bds Division, nr Plum 
Scott, Rev. Matthew Robert, chaplain to the forces, h 4 M'ellington 

Terrace, nr Ordnance 
Scott, Nathaniel, clerk, A. Ijivingston, bds Barrie, nr Maple Row 
Scott, William, brewer, h King, nr Beverley 
Scullion, John, h Barrie, nr Picard 
Scale, Thomas, salosm.-in, bds Barrie, nr Princess 
Sealcy, Patrick, laborer, Kingston Foundry 
See, Alexander, carpenter, h Sydenham, bet Picard and Bay 
Sellars, Robert, h Queen, nr Sydenham 

Sessions, John, vctcrinavy surgeon. Princess, WilllamsTillc, h same 
Scwell, Peter, butcher, Kingston Market, h Kingston Station 
Seymon, Aaron, umbrella maker, h Union, nr King 
Seymouu, John, laborer, h Earl, nr Ontario 
Shank, Andrpw, engineer, Victoria Iron Works, h Queen 
Shanks, Charles, engineer, h Queen, nr King 
Sliannan, William, clerk, Post Gifice, h Division, cor Queen 
Shannon, Mrs. Ellen (wid Michael) huckster, h King, nr Queen 
Shannon, James, olhcial assignee and clerk, Clarence, opp the Po»t 

OiSce, h Clergy, cor Colborne 
Shannon, WilHam, clerk. Post Office, h'84 Brock 



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Sharkey, John, oen. laborer, h Kingston Station ^ 

bharkey John.jun. blacksmith, h Kingston Station 
bharp, Joseph, rag picker, h Brock, cor Bagot 
bharp, Joseph, h Queen, nr Bagot 

InTw LIEUT 'ct^L 'm vm ""''• "■■ ,'•'"' P°^' "'"=« 

otiAvv, 1.1J.U1. COL. DAVID, commandinif Hth Volunteer Rifles 
Kingston, and Major of Brigade, 3rd Military Division. Canada 
cu ,f • ^ngade Office, Post Office Buildiu- 
Shaw, Mrs. L ,za (wid Thomas) h Ontario, nr Gore 

st:: F^en..tes^:n: wH' ""'''• '-' ^'"°" ""^ ^^"'"«'- 
^^^Z' h'lanfe^' '"'''' """^ "'""'' ■"»""''«<>'"'-er, r Johnson, nr Onta- 
^°^T' K W.^' '"'"T'' "S""' ""'"""y P""^"^' "'"^ '^"'•''"er for the city 

Hou^:;'rrad"ofPri:;eesr^ """^■'"^' °"'"™' "pp ^--« 

IriT^^f °^^P''' '^•'"'■er, h Johnson, nr Ontario 

f "A^Vv^AMUEL, baker, Barrie, nr Centre, h same 

IleYervr' '"''"''"' ^''"^°"- Kingston Water Works, h at th» 
Shaw. William, laborer, h Barrie, nr Ordnance 

SHELDON UK. photographer, King, nr Brock, h same 
Shennick, M>ss A. teacher, Johnson Street School, h Burrie opp Park 
Shepard, Thomas, laborer, h Charles, nr Patrick ^^ 

bheridan, Mrs. A. (widow Owen) h 7C Princess 
Sheridan, William, carter, h Division, nr Plum 
SheriJan. William, tavernkeeper, Wellington, cor Barrack 
Sherlock, John M. tailor, h Qijeen, nr Cler.'v 

Sherwood, James, cabman, h King, nr GeoiVe 

Sherwood Robert, gnrdner, h Ordnance, nr Barrie 

CTi.i:7'c ^- '""^ student, bds Burnett House 

SI lELS JOHN tinsmith. King nr Princess, h same (see card, p. 102^ 

Shippy, Willard, laborer, h Centre, bet Carrie and Gordon ^ ' 
■bhirkey John, laborer, h Montreal road 

Sicker, Whitney, furrier, h William, nr Ba-ot 

Simpson, Bernard, carpenter, bds Kideau, nr Barrack 

bimpson, Charles, laborer, h King, nr Centre 

bimpson, David, laborer, h Hamilton's lane 

SIMP60N, ISAAC, „.ent Agrieullural Mutual Assurance Associa- 
t.on, secretary and treasurer County of Frontcnac Agricultural 
. oS WH^ilm"' ""'"^ '''''''• ^'"-'-' opposite-thfpo:! 
Simpson, James, cabman, h Centre 
Simpson, Mrs. Sarah (widow Richard) h Rideau, nr Barrack 



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f =: S™v""J,S;.t Si;'- ■' o--™ . 

Sk.nner, Wi)!,-.,,,, d,-u4 crk ' Vp'""''"' '' ^''^^'^ 

Skuse, James, lnbo,er°l, r , Tnl "'"'' '' ^^"J<^''". "r Bay 

Safcr.Thcn,,-,s.labow^ {■['"":•."' Ontario 

Slavin, James, firoma I , '"' '"■ Montreal 

Slaviu, John, mac , 'bov' h "u""'' "'' ^'''^'^ 

Slevin, Jamc3 (Sle inTu l'^ ^'IT'"' '' ^•■>'"= 

si; "^^'■"''=''" "' ^^»M clothiers, Wellington 

SlimmoDs, Willinn, f„ •"'O'-i^. nr liame 

S n-n, Patrick, salesman. d^Wdli.ir"'^'"^' '' S^™"''. "^ Stuart 

Sloan, Alexander, laborer h n ° "."• '='"' Q^-^ca 

mall. Airs. Lj-Jia (wid Jlit , I "/r"^"''"^"" 
mallridge. G^r.e J ' ef; ."V- -^^'"''ir'- " P'^"d 

"neaton, John, tailor h A ^'J «na, W.lliamsvillc 

en. boot and shoe maker. Brocic, „r Wellington, h 

"'££Any::^S-^^.'"U Princess 

-ihaer .nd dress maker, We„ing,„„, „, Brock, h 

:.iSAr:::'D:rsro^''^'''l^^^'•'^amsvi,,e 

;•!'!'. Edward U. la Larr^^°'"'^ ^^'"-^' " '^'•"iam 
''"'. '^Irs. Elizabeth r.^f I 'i "^' ""^ P"neess, h same 

"irrister. li Union, cor CoU-ge 



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Smith, James sa^^nr I 7 ^"""^s- ^ sam? 
Smith James,' pS l''\°"'r'°' '"' Earl 
Smith. Miss Jre tms :^ X^f^^"^' - Clerg, . 
/ Smith. John, clerk C IV I'r ^^ P^'iccss ■ ■ 

■' S.ith. John.' deat; f„"Ss "ki^? i' ?""> - Keard • 
Sm.V^'T^r^^ "■°°'' ^"'''■' "^ Kino 

f-i'h. John; pi';:'r.x-j;?4»V[r.- V""- «"^- 

Sm.th. Joseph, book-keeper h %*;, f ^'■°''^' "'' King 
Smith. Moses, laborer I, Un'.!?^ ''"""' ^ Bay 
Smith, P. laborer, (Janadia^fp [ "*='"''."'■ -^"'"^ 

Smith,' Plt'rict groe:; 0^;'' '""«^'°" «""-" 

Sm th, I!iehard,°hoemaker b r'"' ^"^' ^ "me 

Smith, Pobert, blacksmith \- ^"'"' "■" ^''"^ d'Armes 

Smith, Robert labo re r^""^^'"" foundry ™" 

Smith, Samciel book U ^"'"' "^ Gordon 

Smith, William', mouJde?r' ^^'T' ''''= City Hotel 

Smi'h. Wdliam,' smelte ^W "l'^" l^"?- a-.d M„ch, L 



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Smith Al' ' '"'■'■■ <J"'ario Fo 

Snoot rrtrwS'r' '^"'S ' '""'^'"' ^"-^^"'^ C°"«S^ 

ham ''""■"^•^' 1 "'"="3. nr Wellington, h Princes, nr S , 

SS-rSSe?"S-^-----.i„eryr ^'^' 

Solomon, John „",,'•■ /\'T!.°" ^''"""^^7 
Somerset', Mrs^'w ;y' "i'd Ch;^"\"7V^'^''"---> 

-hSe^--''-^i"^'3.!;S::,;:^- „,, 

^-rWnc.U.liam.elerk.hWilh-am.nrBagot ^""°'' 



Son. of T™p;.„;-S"' ''.««". n Ljo, 



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ADVEUTISINC DIRKCTORY. 



PHYSIGIAH, SUEG-EOH, StC. ^ 

OrnCE AT DRUG STORE. 
HEMRY SKINNER, 

WJIOLESILI M llETiiL OiyOEiST, 

DEALER IN COAL OIL AND LAMPS, 

HORSE AND CATTLE MEDICINES, 

LKUSKES, CWIBS, rElll'UllERV, M'„ ENGLISH k AllEElCA^ PATENT MEDICINES. 

STORE, No. 16 PRINCESS STREET, KINGSTON, 

ONE DOOR ABOVE DAILY NEWS OFFICE. 

LIt'ENBEO MANUFACTUREn OF 



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IMPOniEFl QF HAV'ANMA. CIIGARS. 
3vi332r:Eic!2:-x.<a..Tj]\^ and aj'.A.KJa-s" jF«h»es, 

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 
22 PRINCESS STREET, KINGSTON. 



S. IP. "Vv^HIITE,, 

WrrOLESALB AND RliTAII, DEALER IN 

Tojs, Comts, fistiiof Tackle io'all its Varisties, 

WILLOW ■WAtiE, 
22 PRINCESS STREET, KINGSTON. 



Ic, h same 



Spnnkic, William, grocer, Princess, WiUiamsv 

Spcnrniaii, Simon, Balesnian, bds Barrack 

Speara, William, sailor, li RiJeau, iir Barrack 

Spelman, C. distiller, li Kinp;, ur Kingston Browery 

Spence, William, general dealer. Market square, h 88 Brock 

Spence, William R. steward, h Durham, WiUiamsvillc 

Spencer, Thomas, sen. grocer. Earl, cor Bagot, h same 

Spencer, Thomas, jun. soap and candle manufacturer, bds Bagot, cor 

Earl 
Spencer, Robert, marine store, dealer in second hand good3, 147 Prin- 
cess, h same 
Spottan, George, laborer, h Division, nr Colborne 
Spotton, Richard, tavern keeper, Princess, Williamsvilie 
Spriggs, William, farmer, bds Ontario, cor Queen 
Springall, Henry, clerk, h Colborne, bet Division and Upper Bagot 
Staccy, B. book keeper, G. M. Kinghorn, h Ontario, nr ft Earl 
Stacey, Edward, agent, Bible and Tract Depository, 203 Princes.i, li 

same 
Stacey, James, h Colborne, nr Barrie 

St. Andrew's Church, Rev. W. Maxwell Inglis, M.A., F.R.S.E. pastor 
Stane, Morris, laborer, h Centre, nr King 
Stanfield, Thomas, sailor, h Yonge, nr Barrie 
Stanford, Mrs. Bridget (wid John) h Barrack, nr Ontario 
Stanford, Edward, laborer, li James, bet Montreal and Patrick 
Stanford, William, grocer. Princess, Williamsvilie, li same 
Stanton, John, chair maker, P. McDermott 
Stapleton, John, book binder, bds Sydenham, nr Bay 
Stappleton, Michael, laborer, li Sydenham, uv Bay 
Star Life Association of London, Enghind, John Shaw, agent, Ontario, 

o])p Burnett House 
Stcnson, Mrs. Maria (wid Cornelius) prop. ]3ritish Empire Hotel, 

cor Market square and Clarence 
Stephens, Anthony, drug clerk, bds 24 Barrjc « 

Stephens, C. L. clerk, Post Oflice, bds Queen 
Stephens, Mrs. Eliza (widow William) h King, nr Johnson 
Stephens, John, book keeper, .1. Hope, bds'Barrie, nr Brock 
Stephens, Perry, bds British Empire Hotel 
Stevens, William, carpenter, h Wade, nr Union 
Stevenson, .Vmos, pensioner, h Queen, nr King 
Stevenson, Francis, finisher, h George, nr O'Kill 
Stevenson, James, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Stevenson, James, sailor, h Anne, nr Hamilton's lane 
Stevenson, John, finisher, h Barrie, ur Stuart 

Stevenson, William, porter, steamer " Passport," h Princess, ur Gordon 
Stewart, John, physician, h Queen, nr Sydenham 
Stewart, William, laborer, h Collingwood, nr Ii.ing 



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lie 



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Stewart, William, plasterer, h Ridcau, nr i5ay 

Stewart, TV'illinm, plumber, bJs King, bet Johnson and William 

St. George's Church (English) Rev. Jair.cs Lystcr, rector. King, nr 

Johnson 
Stigley, Thomas, laborer, h King, nr Place d'Armes 
Stigney, Thomas, laborer, h King, nr llaymarkct 
St. James' Church (English) Rev. Robert Rogers, rector, Union, nr 

Barrie 
St. Johns, Mrs. R. tailoress, W. J. Percy . 
Stockdale, N. baker, T. Cridiford, bds same 
STOKES, J. W. manager, Montreal Telegraph Office, h Scbastapol 

Terrace, King 
Stoly, Charles, captain, h Bagot, nr Queen 
Stouer, James, porter. City Hotel 
Storr, John, caretaker. Crystal Palace 

-Stoughton, INIrs, JIaria (wid Rev. Jolin) h King, nr Centre 
St. Paul's Cluireh (English) Queen, nr Montreal 
Strange, Mrs. Mary (nid John) h linvrnck, nr King 
STRANGE, MAXWELL AV. agent Royal Insurance Co. Clarence. 

opp the Post Office, h Gore 
-STRANGE, O. S. physician and surgeon, King, cor Barrack, h same- 
Strannahau, Mr broom manufacturer, h 101 Princess 
Stratford, Henry, grocer, wine and spirit merchant, IS.") and I3G Prin- 
cess, h same 
Stratton, John, carter, h Wellington, nr Barrack 
STRONG, EDWARD, stone carver and rnarble yard, 148 Princess, h 

3 Queen 
Strong, WilVmrn, carter, h Montreal, nr John , 

Stuart, Miss Rosanna, bds King, nr Princess 
Sturges, Joel, limcburncr, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
Sullivan, Mrs Catharine, h Centre, nr Barrie 
Sullivan, Mrs Catharine (widow Patrick) h Clarence, nr the Post 

Office 
Sullivan, Denis, laborer, li (i Gildcrsleeve's yard, Johnson 
Sullivan, Denis, salesman, bds William, nr Bagot 
Sullivan, Edward, b Beverley, nr King 
Sullivan, Elijah, laborer, h M'lUiam, nr Bagot 
Sullivan, James, tavern. King, cor Johnson, h same 
Sullivan, John, laborer, h Barrie, nr Ordnance 
Sullivan, John, laborer, li King, nr Beverly 
Sullivan, John, bds Scott's Hotel, Ontario 
Sullivan, M. J. salesman, h King, cor Beverley 

Sullivan, Michael, pliysician and surgeon. King, nr Clarence, h same 
Sullivan, Sylvester, engineer, li Centre, nr Gordon 
Sul!i\an, T. bowling saloon, Wellington, nr Princess, h same 
3ullivan, Thomas, moulder, Canadian Engine .and Machinery Co. 



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-Sullivan Thomas, sailor, bds King, cor Johnson 

Sundherg, G. B. watchmaker, ^f^ C''y "°t^' ^. i, ,,„e 

Sutherland, Alexander, boot ""^ ""^^^^^ji^r^.e, , nr Sydenham 
luS:£l Mi:ra&^3^:^e; Vrmeess, nr Sydenham, h 

Suth'Cd, John blacksmith, h Montreal nr John 
Sutherland, John, canteen h head Bauak ^ 
l£:niSofs;:^f{^-^- cor Montreal 
Sutherland, Samuel, "I'PvenUce Ir BauacA s^,„i,,„ 

SWIFT JAMES, Insurance and stcamuoa. . □ . 
Swif.^tr^-'S^I'-incialPe.i.naa,^ 
Swift John, Jun. temporary ',uardl^°-^^^^^^^^^ 

• and Rev. John Gemley pastors 

T 

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11? 



Tate, John, ninson, li Picnrd, nr Baric 
Taylor, Captain D. h Barric, nr Centre 
Taylor, jMrs. Eliza, (widow Jolin) li Colbornc, nr Bnrrie 
Taylor, Georc;e, tailor, h Division, nr Jenkins lane 
Taylor, Henry, (colored )"*barber, Princess nr Sydenham, h same 
Taylor, James, sliocmaker, bds Brock, bet Kinp; and Wellington 
Taylor, Jonathan, laborer, h KlHcc, nr Upjicr Bagot] 
Taylor, Joseph, engineer, h Stuart, cor George 
Taylor, Joseph Francis, engineer, h Arch, nr Deacon 
Taylor, Joseph R. sailor, h Upper Bagot, nr Colbornc 
TAYLOR, T. I), civil engineer and contractor, h 2 AVelling'fou Ter- 
race 
.-Taylor, Thomas, h King, nr Centre 
Taylor, AVilliam, captain, h Arch, nr Union 
Taylor, AVilliam, pensioner, h Colborne, nr Barrio 
Taylor, William, sailor, h Yonge, nr Barrie 
Taylor, William, S. carpenter, h Division, nr Jenlcin's lane 
Terwillcger, Joseph, laborer, h Ridrau, nr Bay 
Tcssier, Israel, primer, bds Wellington, nr Princess 
Thihacleaj, Wm. B. laivstudent, bds Ontario, nr the Water Works 
Thibodo, A. collector of inland revenue, h Ontario, nr West 
Thom, AVfi'ini, cooper, h Ordnance, nr Sydenham 
Thom, ^Villian], jjiano-maker, J. C. Fox, h Ordnance 
Thomas George, laborer, h King nr O'Kill 

Thompson, Alexander, ship-carpenter, li Victoria, Williamsville 
Thompson, Jliss Anne, assistant female teacher, Wellington St. School, 

bds Brnck, nr Wellington 
Thompson, David, laborer, h r Brock 
Thompson, George, h King, cor Beverley 

Thompson, Mrs. U. (widow Richard) tailoress, 141 Princess, h same 
Thompson, James, book-keeper, h Queen, nr Barrie 
Thompson, James, policeman, bds Montreal, nr Charles 
Thompson, James, sailor, h Jenkins lane, bet Division and Stuart 
Thompson, Miss Sophia, tailoress, h I'll Pri'iccss 
Thompson, Thomas, boot and shoe maker, Brock, nr King, h same 
Thompson, William, bds Barric, nr Centre 
.-Thompson, William S. contractor, P. P. h Hale Cottage, King 
THOMSON, ADAM, merchant tailor and clothier, 23 Brock, nr 

AVellingfon, h same, (see card, p. 126) 
Thomson, C. L. 1st clerk. Bank of Montre.il, h Earl 
Thomson, Charles, physician, h Earl, nr Wellington 
Thurston, George, ship-carpenter, h Gore, bet Wellington and Bagot 
Tierney, Owen, clerk, bds Ottawa House 
Timmins, Denis, carpenter, h Kingston Station 
Tipson, Andrew, tailor, h Colborne, nr Sydenham 
Tipson, Mrs. Esther, (widow Henry) h Bond Head, nr Bay 



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- Todd, Peter, c.ibinet maker, h King nr Beverley 
Tomkins, Robert, grocer, Barrie, cor I'iarl, h same 
Toohar, Thomas, guard Provincial Penitentiary, h Bevcrlev, nr King 
Toohy, IMrs. (widow Thomas) grocery, CI Johnson, opp Division, h 

same 
Torbes, Michael, tailor, bds Commercial Hotel, Brock 
Torrens, Wm. clerk, 41 King, bds same 
Tossell, Richard, builder and contractor, Johnson, bet Barrie and 

Clergy 
Tossell, William, sausagemaker, Princess, nr Sydenham, h same ■ 
Tossell, William, watchmaker, h Johnson, opp the Cathedral 
Town, Richard, fruits, oysters, & confectionary, Ontario, cor Clarence, 

h same 
Towens, James, laborer, h Bay, nr Ilideau 
Townsend, John h King nr CoUingwood 
Townsley, John, tinsmith, Princess, nr Barrie, h same 
Tracy, Franei?, blacksmith, h Riileau, nr Bond Head 
Tracey, Francis, blacksmith, h liidcan, nr Ordnance 
Trahey, D.avid, printer, Cunarlian C/nirchaan, bds Wellington, nr 

Place d'Armes 
Trainer, Francis, laborer, h Barrie, nr Eail 
Travers, Edwai'd, laborer, h AVellingtnn, nr Barrack 
Traynor, B. laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Traynor, James, boiler maker. Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Traynor, Peter, ship carjienter, b AVilliam, nr Bagot 
Treahy, David, printer, h Wellington, nr Barrack 
Tre.ahey, James, laborer, h AVcllington, nr liariack 
Treahy, James, sailor, h Wellington, nr Barrack 
Trelcvcn, Mr. bds Ontario, cor Queen 
Trijilett, William, barber, Ontario, opp Burnett House, h Queen, nr 

Barrack 
Trowell, John, grocery and marine store, h P(i Brock 
TRUST AND LOAN CO.MPANY of U. C. John Baton, commis- 
sioner, King, cor Princess 
Tucker, Job,"!!, mason, h yietorin, Williamsville 
Tucker, Thom.is, labgrer, h r 4 Johnson, nr Onlario 
Turcott, l\Ir3. Bridget (wid Peter) h Bagot, nr .lohuson 
Turcott, John, carpenter, bd.s Bagot, nr Johnson 
Turner, Gilbert, laborer, h King, nr Place d'Armes 
Turner, John, laborer, h Barric, nr William 

Turnford, George, teller. Bank of Upper Can.ada, bds Barric, nr Union 
Turpin, Mrs. Jane (wid Henry) tailoress, h 78 Brock 
Tnson, Roger, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Tutton, Charles, finisher, Canadian Engine and Maehinerv Co. 
TUTTON, FRANCIS, supcrintendent.^Canadian Enginc'and Jlnchi- 

nery Co. Ontario, bet Gore and Earl, h Gore, nr King 



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Tutton, F. juu. finisher, Cnnadinn Engine nncl Machinery Co. 

Tweed, Thomas, laborer, h Union, nr Arch 

Tweddle, Mrs. Mary Jane, hatter and fnrricr, 32 Princess, h same 

Twigg, John, policeman, Ii John, nr Montreal 

Tyner, James, grocer, Princess, nr Gordon, h same. 

XJ 

Urquliart, William, guard. Provincial Penitentiary 
Urouhart, WilUara, laborer, h Kingston Station 

AT 

Vair, Robert, engineer, h Earl, nr Bagot 

Valow, George, medical student, bds Barrie, nr Johnson 

VanHorn, Thomas, laborer, h Colborne, nr Barrie 

Vanllorn, W, D. barber, bds Princess, nr Division 

Yanorder, Matthew, fish dealer, ft Brock, h outside city limits 

VanVUck, Gilbert J. salesman, bds Brock, nr King 

VardoD, Harold Ifidont, barrister, h IMaitland 

Varney, Eichard, sailor, li AVadc's lane, nr Union 

Varrault, John, carpenter, h Centre, nr Gordon 

Vaughan, Ray G. h Princess, cor Division 

Vick, David, laborer, li William, nr Barrie 

VICTORIA IRON WORKS AND RQLLING MILLS, E. Wilmot 

& Co. proprietors, King, cor Qneen (sec card, p. 120) 
Vince, AVilliam, engineer, Kingston Water Works, h same 
Viner, William, h Sydenham, nr Bay 
Voigt, Henry Charles, accountant and oflicial assignee, Ontario, nr 

Clarence, h Barrie 
Volunteer Armory, Princess, nr Ontario 



Waddell, James (Macnee it AA'addcIl) h Scotland 

Waddell, John, carpenter, h Jenkin's lane, bet Stuart and Division 

Waddell, R. (R. Waddell & Co.) h 50 Brock 

AVaddell, R. & Co. dry goods, millinery, &c. Princess, cor Wellington 

AVaddingham, John, printer, bds AVellington, nr Earl 

Waddingliam, .loseph, carpenter, h Arch, nr Union 

Waddingham Planing Mills, Wellington, nr Earl 

AVaddingham, Joseph, printer, Canadian Churchman, bds Wellington, 

. nr Earl 
Wade, Mrs. Mary (wid Henry) h Barrie, nr King 
AVadc, Thomas, sexton, St. James' Church, h Union, nr Arch 
Wadswortb, James, gardener, h Centre, nr Gordon 



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Waggoner, Charles L. h Colborne, cor Upper Bngot 

Wakcley, Jonathan, blacksmith, N. Wilmot, h Ordnance 

Walch, Miss Elizabeth, dressmaker, Sydenham, nr Princess, h same 

Waldron, Richard, salesman, bds British Empire Hotel 

M'ales, Robert, laborer, h Collingwood, nr King 

Walkem, Richard T. M. law student, bds Maitland 

Walker, Mrs. Catharine (wid Henry W.) h Queen, nr Wellington 

Walker, George, clerk, h Bagot, ur Johnson 

AValker, H. medical student, bds Barrie, nr Centre 

Walker, John, painter, h Arch, nr Deacon 

Walker, Mrs. Martha, matron, Provincial Penitentiary 

Walker, Robert, saddle and harness maker, 45 Princess, h same 

Walker, Thomas, late captain. Royal Canadian Rifics, h Barrie, nr 
Brock 

Wall, Mrs. Ann (widow James) h Bond Head, nr North 

•Wall, James, pensioner, bds King, nr Barrack 

Wallace, John, laborer, bds Queen, cor King 

Waller, Thomas, tinsmith, h Ordnance 

Walsh, Mrs. Bridget (widow Michael) h Ontario, m Gore 

Walsh, James, tavernkeeper, Clarence, nr King 

AVnlsh, John, laborer, h Earl, nr Wellington 

Walsh, Patrick, ship carpenter, bds Ontario, nr Gore 

AValsh, Thomas, laborer, h Bond Head, nr Bay 

Wandle, Edward, laborer, h Victoria, Williamsville 

AVard, Miss C. teacher Johnson Street School, b Barrack 

AVard, Charles, tavernkccper, Princess, Williamsville, h same 

AVard, Francis, h Queen, nr AA'ellington 

AVard, George, boilermnkcr, Canadian Engine and Tilachinery Co. 

AVard, James, Laborer, h Ontario, nr Gore 

AVard, James, laborer, h Sydenham, nr Picard 

AVard, Joseph, boilcrmaker, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

AVard, Joseph, laborer, h King, nr O'Kill 

Ward, iMrs. Alary, huckster. North Market square, h Queen, ur Wel- 
lington 

Ward, Pressly, blacksmith, h Queen, nr Clergy 

AVard, William, sliipcarpentcr, h Barrie, nr Centre 

AVarden, Mrs. Catharine (widow Gabriel) h Colborne, nr Barrie 

Warham, Richard, painter, bds Portsmouth 

Wartman, Calvin D. dental student, B. W. Day, bds Princess 

Warren, Mrs. Alary (widow John) boarding house, Ontario, nr Brock 

AVarren, Peter, cabman, bds Barrack, cor Ontario 

W.arrington, Henry, laborer, h Anne, nr Upper Bagot 

Warrington, James, laborer, h Picardvillc 

Warwick, Charles, carpenter, h .\rch, nr Union 

Wnsson, George, sailor, h Montreal, bet John and Picard 

Wasson. Henry, sailor, h Montreal, nr John 



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Waters, John, guard, Provincinl Penitentiary 
Waters, John, pensioner, h Jenldns' lane, bet Stimrt and Division 
Waters, INfrs. Margaret (widow Patrick) h Ontario, nr Gore 
Watkins, George, gardener, h Victoria, Williamsville _ 

-Watkins, John, h King, cor Maitland 

Watkins, William J. tinislier, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co, 
AVatson, Benjamin, tailor, li Division, bet Johnson and Brock 
Watson, Mrs. Frances (wid Thomas) h Qnccn, nr Wellington 
Watson, George, tailor, John A. Benn, h Division 
Watson, Henry, laborer, h Yonge, nr Barrie »,^ 

Watson, William, boot and shoe maker, AVellington, nr Princess, h 

same 
Watson, William, tailor, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 
Watt, James, accountant, h Ordnance, nr Sydenham 
Watt, Richard, yardman, G. T. H. h Charles, nr Montreal 
Watt, Robert, clerk, U. S. Wharf, h Ordnance 
AVatts, James, laborer, h Centre, nr Gordon ' 
Watts, James, shoemaker, h Bay, nr Bond Head " 
Watts, James, tailor, h William, nr Wellington 

Wnndby, Mrs. Elizabeth (wid John) h Bagot, bet Princess and Brock 
Waynes, Francis, city firewood inspector, h Division, nr York 
AVeavcr, George W. bds Ontario, cor Queen 
Weber, George, piano maker, h 81 Princess 
Wcbcr, George i^[. piano forte key maker, J. C. Fox, h Princess, nr 

Barrio 
Weeks, William, medical student, bds Barrie, nr Centre 
Welch, E. R. marble cutter. Princess, nr Clergy, h DiTisiou, 

bet Princess and Queen 
Welch, Frederick, mu.'ician, h Montreal, nr Bay 
Wcller, Miss Frances Jane, dress maker, bds Mrs. Uarrold, v l.'i Brock 
AVelliiigton Street School, Miss Margaretta Barclay, assistant female 

teaclier 
Wellington Street School, IMiss Janet Carnochan, head female teacher 
Wellington Street School, Frederick Prime, teacher 
Wellington Street School, James Scott, teacher 

AVellington Street School, Miss Anne Thompson, assist, female teacher 
Wells, C. J. prop Bnrnctt Ilonse Billiard Saloon, bds Burnett House 
AVells, AVilliam, laborer, h Stiiarl, nr Sixth ' 
AVelsh, Mrs. Mary, (wij Robert) h Ordnance, nr Bond Head 
AA'elshman. Mrs. Frances (wid Charles) h Barrack, nr Ridcau 
Wcnz, Philip, h AVellington, nr King<>lon Brewery 
AVeslcyan Jlethodist Church, Rev. J. B. Clarkson and Rer. John 

Gernley, pastors, IMontrcal Road, nr Kingston Station 
West, Arthur A. h Barrie, nr Princess 
AVcstern Insurance Company (Fire) Toronto, John Shaw, Agent, 

Ontario, opp Burnett House 




ALPHABETICAL DIUECTORY. 



123. 



Wcstlakc, John P. tailor, h Princess, nr Barrie 

AVestlakc, Samuel, carriage maker. Princess, nr Barrie, h same 

Weylan, Major John, h Queen, nr Barrie 

AVEYMS, FRANCIS, clerk hay and wood market. Place d Armcs, 

h Division, cor Main 
AVharin, AVilliam, pensioner, h Earl, nr Clergy 
Wheeler, John, carpenter, h Sydenhat.i, nr Bay 
AVbclan, Michael, bds Ontario, nr Union 
' AVhclan, Patrick, laborer, h Ontario, nr Union 
Whelan, Patrick, ship carpenter, bds Ontario, nr Union 
AVhitcomb, James, cabman, h 100 Princess 
AVhitcomb, IMrs. IMargaret J. dressmaker, IflO Princess, h same 
AVhite, Mrs. E. grocery. Princess, cor Clergy, h same 
White, Edward, blacksmith, carriage and sleigh factory, Prmccss, cov 

Clergy, li same 
White, Miss Margaret, private school, Clarence, nr Bagot, h same 
AVhite, Mrs. h Barrie, nr Crock 
AVhite, Peter, mariner, h Johnson, nr AVellington 
AVhite, Robert, chemist and druggist, 42 Princess, h 24 Barne 
AVhite, Robert, dyer. Princess, bet Sydenham and Clergy, h same 
White, Robert, laborer, h 09 Ontario . 

WniTEi S. P. manufacturer of tobacco and cigars, and aealcr m 

fancy goods, 22 Princess, h same (see card, p. 1 14) 
AVhite, AVilliam, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
AVhitehcad, James J. storekeeper. Provincial Penitentiary, h AVelling- 
ton, bet AVilliam and Earl 
Whatcly, John, blacksmith, h Barrie, nr Ordnance 
Whiting, Alouzo, carpenter, h Centre, nr Gordon 
Whitney, II. blacksmith, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
AVhitney, George F. moulder, bds King, nr B.ivrack 
Wickens, James, laborer, h Victoria, AVilliamsviUe 
Widow and Orphans' Protestant Home, Uvs. Sarah Goode, matron. 

Union, cor Gordon 
AViley, John, h Princess, cor Division 
Wiley, Thomas, laborer, h near head A'onge 
Wilie, George, apprentice, Thomas Moore, bds same 
Wilki'ns, John, laborer, h Stuart, nr Barrie 
Wilkinson, Archibald, cook, h Victoria, AVilhamsviUc 
AA'ilkinson, Charles, saddle and harnessmaker. Princess nr Wellington, 

h same . ... 

WILKINSON, G. M. wholesale and retail grocer, wines and spirits, 
and dealer in crockery, 72 and 73 AVellington, h Queen, nr 

Montreal i , i „f ,i,„ 

Wilkison, Robert M. barrister, county attorney, and clerk ol tb. 

peace, Clarence, opp the Post Office, bds British American Hotel 
WUlard, Mrs. Julia (wid Charles) h Eail, nr AVelhngton 



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125 



^ViUinms, Aslibery, brick maker, h Grove, nr River __^ 
Williams, John, laborer, h Division, nr Johnson 
Williams, Thomas, shoo maker, h head Yongc 
Williams, Wesley, brick maker, h Grove nr River 
Williamson, Adam, carpenter, bds Gore, nr Wellington 
Williamson, Rev. James, LL.U. professor, Queen's College, h Ports- 
mouth 
WilliamsviUe School, AVilliam Wclmer, teacher, Victonn 
Willis, Mrs. Mary, h head Yonge ( . -, 

Willson, E. plumber, h Union, bet Ontario and King 
WILMOT, ED. (E. Wilmot & Co.) h King, opp Victoria Iron Works 
WILMOT, E. & CO. Victoria Iron Works and Rolling Mill Manufac- 
tory, bar iron, carriage axles, bridge and boiler rivets, &c. King, 
cor Queen (sec card, p. 126) 
Wilmot, Nathaniel, blacksmith, h Ordnance, nr Montreal 
Wilmot, Nathaniel, blacksmith, .'iO Princess, h Clergy, nr Sydenham 
A\11son, Mr. carpenter, bds 173 Princess 
Wilson, Charles, blncksinilli, li Kingston Station 
Wilson, David, foreman, job room British Whig, bds bet William and 

Johnson 
Wilson, David, plasterer, h Gordon, nr Johnson 
Wilson, David, printer, bds William, nr AVellingtou 
Wilson, E. W. plumber, bds Union, nr Ontario 
Wilson, Miss Eliiabcth, h Queen, nr linrrie 
AVilson, George, barber, bda Colborne, nr the Reservoir 
AVilson, George, ex-policeman, h Johnson, nr Gordon 
Wilson, George F. stone cutter, h Colborne, nr Clergy 
Wilson, James, bds Scott's Hotel, Ontario 

Wilson, Jcimes, laborer, h Yonge, nr Carrie , , i," • 

WILSON, JAMES, manager, Kingston Water Works, h Uarrie, ni 

Union 
AVilson, Joseph, sailor, h nr head Yonge 
Wilson, Robert, moulder, Kingston Foundry 
Wilson, Samuel, carpenter, bds William, nr Wclhngton 
Wilson, Mrs. Samuel, h William, nr AVcUington 
Wilson, Miss Sarah, tailorcss, W. J. Percy , , , f,, 

AVilson, T. C. head teacher, Queen Street School, bds Clarence, nr 
AVcllington , , i t> 

-Wilson, Thomas, J. P. notary public, general agent, and agent Beaver 
Mutual Insurance Co. Clarence, opp the P. C h Regent, Wi!- 
liamsville 
Wilson, Thomas, laborer, li Union, nr Arch 

AVilson, Thomas, teacher, Johnson St. school, bds Telegraph House 
Wilson, AVillL-im, h Ontario, nr Princess 
Wilson, William, carter, h head of Johnson 
Wilson, AVilliam, laborer, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 



Wilson, AVilliam, livery-stable keeper, h Wellington, nr Clarence 

Wilton, Henry, saddle, harness, and trunk maker, 165 Princess, h 
same • ' 

Wilton, John, harness-maker, h out of city 

Wilts, Alfred, finisher, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 

AViman, Mrs. Mary A. (widow) h Pilnecss, nr King 

Winbcriek, AVilliam, mariner, bds, City Inn, 6 Brock 

AVindcr, James, painter, h Montreal, nr Charles 

AViiiks, Alexander, cabinet-maker, h head of Princess 

Winters, John, saloon. King 0|>p the Market, h same 

AVintcrs, Joseph, mason, h Division, nr Plum 

AViseman, Edward, carpenter, h King, nr O'Kiil 

AVOOD, CHARLES P. inspector Grand Tnmk Railway, office Kings- 
ton Station, h nr Kingston Station 

AA''ood, George, l.ahon'r, li King nr George 

AVoodhcad, Thomas, laborer, h Ridcan, nr Barrack 

AVoods, Mrs. Mary (widow AVilliam) h Stuart, nr York 

AVoods, Robert, stoker. Gas Co., h Princess, nr King 

AVOODS, SAMUEL, M.A. head master Kingston Grammar School, 

h Earl, nr Bagot 
Woollard, Miss A. E. teacher Johnson street School, h Brock, nr the 

Market 
Woollard, Miss Ann E. teacher, G. T. R. Depot School, bds Brock, 

nr Wellington 
AVooUard, Robert, boot and shoemaker, Brock, nr King, h same 
AVooUard, AValtcr, bartender, Burnett House, bds same 
AVoollcy, James, h Ontario nr Princess 

WoodrnlT, Jos. S. miller, E. Berrv & Co. bds Ontario, nr Queen 
AVoodrnff, John, head miller, E. Berry, & Co. h Ontario, nr Queen 
AVoodwnrd, AVilliam, timekeeper, h Kingston Station ■ 
AVrav, Abxiindcr, auctioneer. North Market square, h Brock, nr Barric 
AVreiishall, Charles, piano-maker, J. C. Fox, bds Princess opp Piano 

factory 
AVrenshall," Fred. C. piano maker, J. C. Fox, bds Princess, opp piano 

factorv 
AVright, Charles, teacher, h Centre, bet Princess and Johnson 
Wright,' Clark, hatter and furrier, M AVcllington, h Colborne, nr 

Clergy 
Wright, George, carter, h Barrack, nr Rideau 
WRIGHT, HORATIO, hoarding house. Centre, cor Patrick 
AVright, John, laborer, h Beverley, nr King 
AVright, John, laborer, h Johnson, nr Division.. 
AVright, Richard, pensioner, bds King, nr Barrack 
AVylie, AVilliam, shoemaker, h EUicc, nr Upper Bagot 



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YARKEB, JAMES S. (Giberton & Yarkci) h Gore, bet Wellington 

and Bapot 
Yates, Iloratio, RI.D. visiting physician, Kingston Hospital, h King, 

cor AVilliam 
YATES, OCTAVIUS, M.D. visiting physician, Kingston Hospital, 

li William, nr King 
Yeoman, William, foreman Berry's ship yard, h King, nr Beverley 
Youlden, Henry, finisher, Cnnntlinn Engine and Machinery Co. 
Young, George, slioemaUcr, h Arch, nr Deacon 
You.ig, James, sailor, bds Ontario, bet Barr.ick and (Jiieen 
Young, John, boilermakcr, Canadian Engine and Machinery Co. 
Young, Joscpli, laborer, h Uideau, nr Ordnance _^ 

Young, Richard, mason, bda Queen, cor King 
Young, Samuel, clerk, George Chafl'ey & Bros, b Bngot, nr the Court 

House 
Young, William, laborer, h Plum, nr Division 
Young, William, lamp-lighter, Gas Co. h Bay, nr Sydenham 
Young, William, locomotive foreman, h Kingston Station 



VICTORIA IRON WORKS & ROLLING MILL. 

^ I ^ — 

E. "VTTLIMIOT &c CO., 

(SCCCE390IiS TO A. c. cnnwiTT, k CO.) 
MANaFACTUnERS OP 

BAR IKOr^, CARRIAGE AXLES, 

BRIDGE AND BOILER RIVETS. 

Dofllera in English and American Firo Briclts and Clay, English, Scotch and 

American Blacksmith's and House Coal. 

KINGSTON C. W. 



£23 33nOCIS:: ST'H.I3I:T £23. 



A LAROB ASSCIITJIENT OF 



Ready-Made Clsthing kept Constantly on Hand. 

Also, every requisite for Gentlemen's Outfits, viz : — Shirts, Sbiri Collars, Neck- 
ties, DandkercLiefs, Undershirts, Drawers. 

N.U — Clothing made to order on the shortest notice. Hats and Caps of the 
latest styles. 



KINGSTON BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



Accountants. 

Armstrong, M'illiam K. Ilidcau, cor Ordnance 
Kemp, George J. I'rinccfs, nr Wellington 
Mclver, William, h Sj dejiliam, nr Colbornc 
Moore, James, bds King 
Watt, James, Ordnance, nr Montreal 

Agent (Crown Land). 
McPherson, James, William, nr Ontario 

Agent (Emigration). 
McPherson, James, William, nr Ontario 

Agent (Express). 
Clark, John C. King, cor Brock 

Agents (General). 
Butler, Tliomas O. Montreal, nr Queen 
Hooper, Felix, BiJean, nr North 
Kemp, George Jnbn, Centre, nr Gordon 
IMcCormick, Armstrong, Centre, nr Union 



Agent (House, Land and Estate). 
Simpson, Isaac, Clarence, opp the I'ost Office 



Agents (Insurance). 

Anderson & Ford, United States Wharf 
I5rigc;s, Thomas, Ontario, lir Clarence 
Dnpuy Hilary, Ontario, nr Clarence 
Gilderslceve, ('. F. Clarence, nr Ontario 
Kirkpatrick, Thomas, Ontaiio, nr Clarence 
Noel, John V. Clarence, opp the Post Office 



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Shaw John, Ontnrio, opp Burnett House 
Simpson, Isaac, Clarence, opp tlie Post Office 
Strange, Maxwell AV. Clarence, opp the Post Office 
Wilson, Thomas, Clarence, opp the Post Office 

Agent (Manufkoturers')- 
Evans, William C. Clarence, opp the Post, Office 

Agent (Passage). 
Clark, John C. King cor Brock 

Agent (Passport)^ 
Flanagan, Jlichael, office. City Buildings 

Agents (Severing Machines). 

(See Solving Machine Mamifacturers). 



Agent (Steamship). 
Clark, John C. Brock, cor King 



Agents (Ticket, Railway, and Steamhoat). 

Bainford, Alex. OiUario, next Burnett House 
Hatch, Charles li. St. Lawrence Wharf 
Swift, James, ft Johnson 



Agricultural Implement Manufacturers. 

Chown & Cunningham, 8 Bagot 

Architects and Civil Engineers. 

Coverdalc, William, King, nr Beverley 

Horsey, Edward, h 52 Brock 

Power, John, Princess, nr Sydenham 

Taylor, Thomas Dixon, 2 Wellington Terrace, nr Ordnance. 

Attorneys and Solicitors. 

(Sec Barristers and Attorncus). 



Auction and Commission. 
Flynn, Thomas, King, cpp the market 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Lioton & Son. King, cor Clarence 

McMillan, Charles, Market Building, King, cor Brock 

Wray, Alex. North Market Square 

Bakers and Confectioners. 

(.Sec also Fruit and Confectioners). 

Acton, Joseph, Princess, Willianisville 

Anderson, David, Ontario, nr Princess 

Carnoosky, Kobert, Princess, nr Bnrrie 

Craic, Ar'lhnr W. King, nr the m.Tikct 

Kingston Bakery, Wellington, bet Priuccss and Queen 

McCammon, llobcrt, se«. William, bet King and Wellington 

McKay, Janici", Princess, nr Clergy 

Pillar, William, Princess, cor Bnrric 

Ross, Hugh, (luceu, nr Wellington 

Shaw, Samuel, Bnrrie, nr Centre 

Banks. 

Bank of British North America, City Buildings, Ontario 
Bank of Montreal, King, cor William 
Bank of Upper Canada, King, bet Princess and Queen 
Commercial Bank of Canada, King, cor William 



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Barbers and Hair Dressers. 

AUer, S. Wellington, nr Princess 

Butler, William, Ontario, nr Princess 

Johnson, James B. Wellington, bet Clarence and Brock 

Johnson, William, Johnson nr King 

Lansing, E. C. Kins;, cor Clarence 

Taylor," Heurv \colorcdj Princess, nr Sydenham 

Triplett, William, Ontario, opp Burnett House 



Barristers and Attorneys. 

Agncw, James, 1 Anchor Buildings 
Britton, Byron M. Anchor Building, Brock, cor King 
Campbell & Mowat, Priuccss, nr King 
Gildcrslceve & Ij'ildcrslcevc, Clarence, nr Ontario 
Ferguson, William, jun. King nr Clarence 
Kirkpatrick & Son, Ontario, nr Clarence 
Macarow, Daniel, Clarence, opp the Post Ofiice 
Macdonaid, Hon. John A. Clarence, opj) the Post OllicC' 
AlcEwcn <t Machar, Anchor Building, Brock, cor King 
C'Rcilly & O'Reilly, Anchor Building, Brock, cor King 



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Parke, Thomas, King nr Earl 

Paton, Hon. James, Clarence, opp the Post Office 

Snook, T. L. Princess, nr "Wellington 

Strange, M. W. Clarence, opposite the Post Office 

AVilkinson, U. M., Clarence, opposite .the Post Office 



Bar Iron. 
Wilmot, E. & Co. Victoria Iron Works, King cor Queen 



Billiard Saloons. 

Newman, John, King, nr Brock 

Phillips, Alexander, Wellington, cor Brock 

Wells, C, J. Burnett House 



Blacksmiths. 

Bunt, Richard, Brock, nr Ontario 
Dougherty, Thomas, King, cor Place d'Armcs 
Jenkins, Edward, 8-1 Princess 
McEwen, Daniel, Queen, nr King 
McKeever, James, Princess, nr Clergy 
Tracey, Francis, King, nr Princess 
White, Edward, Princess, cor Clergy 
Wilmot, Nathaniel, 59 Princess 



Boarding Houses. 

Backus, Mrs. Jane, Princess, nr Clergy 
- Bushell, James, Princess, nr Ontario 
Crinr.cll, Thomas, Johnson, nr Ontario 
Ilatch, Chester, 173 Princess 
Ilorton, Orin, Ontario, opp Burnett Uouse 
Iving, Mrs. Ontario, nr West 
Lund, Mrs. Caroline, King, nr Clarence 
McDonald, Archihald, Johnson, nr Ontario 
Matthews, John, 50 Brock 
Quinton, William, Baf;ot, nr Brock 
Randolph, William, Kin!;ston Station 
Rccs, Mrs. Fanny, 15-1 Princess 
Robertson, Mrs. Eliza, Simcoe, nr King 
Saunders, Edward, Ontario, cor Earl 
Warren, Mrs. Mary, Ontario, nr Brock 



Blank Book Manufacturer. 
(See Booldnnders and JOlauk Booh Manufaclurers), 



BUSINESS DIRECTOaV. 



13 



Boat-Bui)der. 
O'Gorman, Michael, Simcoe 



Bookbinders and Blank Book Manufacturers. 

Creighton, John, King, nr Brock 
McAuley, Thomas, King, nr Brock 



Boiler Maker. 
McEwen, Daniel, Queen, nr King 



Booksellers and Stationers. 

Creighton, John, Ki.ig, nr Brock 
Ilamel, E. King, nr Princess 
Hamel, H. King, nr Princess 

Boot and Shoemakers and Dealers. 

(Marked thus {*) ar.j Wholesale.) 

Adams, William, 20 Brock, bet King and Wellington 

Allen, William, Brock, nr King 

Bartrim, John, Brock, nr Wellington 

Bowes, Timothy, Brock, nr Wellington 

Dillon, Joseph, 25 Princess 

Hope, James, 3C Princess 

Kaiu, Francis, Johnson, nr Ontario 

Kirk & Rose, 31 and 35 Princess 

Lindsay, John, Princess, nr Clergy 

Lovett, James, Ontario, nr Earl 

McKay, John, 21 Princess 

*Oftord, George & Co. Prina'ss, nr Wellington 

Smith, Alexander, Brock, nr Wellington 

Sutherland, Alexander, 23 Princess 

Thompson, Thomas, Brock, nr King 

AVatson, William, Wellington, nr Princess 

AVooUard, Robert, Brock, nr King 



Bowling .Alley. 



Sullivau, T. Wellington, nr Princess 



Brass Founder. 
JIcNeil, Neil, Brock, nr King 



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Brewers. 



Bajus, Jacob, head of Wellington 

CrciglitoD, George W. Frontenac Brewery, ColUngwood 

Grand Trnnk Brewery, Ilayward & Downing, King 

Kingston ISrewery, head of Wellington 

Kingston Brcwei-y and Distillery, A. McCormick, agent, King 



Brokers (General). 

Brand, George, Market Building 
Folger, Bros. Ontario, nr Clarence 



Brokers (Second Hand). 



David, J. J. ir.g Princess 
McNamara, Michael, Brock, nr Bagot 



Brokers (Stock, Money, and Exchange). 

Folger, Bros. Ontario, nr Clarence 
Haven, I. C. King, opp tl>e Market 
Jones, E. Ontario, next Burnett House 



Broom Manufacturer. 
Bailey, Benjamin, Princess, nr Gordon 



Builders. 

(See also CarjKnters and Builders.) 

Cunningham, D.ivid, Arch, nr Deacon 

Cunningliam, John, Bnrrie, nr Union 

Fisher, Robert, Barric, nr Stuart 

Lark, Edward, Victoria, V/illiamsville 

Mitclicll, John C. h Stuart, nr First 

Ovcrend, Tliomas, 48 Brock 

Tossell, Richard, Johnson, bet Barrie and CIergy_ 



Building and Investment Societies. 
Kingston Permanent Building Society, Ontario, nr Burnett Uouse 
Frontenac Loan and Investment Society, Ontario, nr Burnett House 



Butchers. 

Andrews, George, Kingston market 
Andrews, Henry, Kingston market 



JltrSINESS DIItF.CTORY. 

Carney, Michael, Kingston market 
Cooper, Richard, Kingston market 
Corrigan & Doyle, Kingston market 
Cummins, Patrick, Kingston market 
Doylo, William, Kingston market 
Elliott, William & John, Kingston market 
Flanigan, John, Kingston ra.arket 
Gardiner, James, Kingston market 
Geall, John, Kingston market 

Gowdey, James, 149 Prmcess 

Green, John, Kingston market ' 

Grimm, Henry, 138 Princess and Kmgstou market 

Hafncr, Philip, Kingston market 

Jones, J. & A. Princess, nr Clergy 

Larose, Charles Kingston market 

Lindsay, James, Kingston market 

MeCamraon, James, Kingston market 

McGuire, James, sen. Kingston market 

McGuire, James, jun. Kingston market 

Mclntyre, Neil, Kingston market 

Martin, Richard, Kingston market 

Pisati, Joseph, Johnson, nr Wellmgton 

Sewell, Peter, Kingston market 



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Cabinet Makers. 

f.SJce also Furniture Dealers.) 

Brame, Henry, G5 Princess 

David, J. J. 109 Princess 

Taunon, James, Brock, nr Bagot 

TiUi. George, 150 Princess 

JIcDermott, Thomas, Brock, bet Ontario and King 

Main, Adam, Wellington, nr Union 

Pcnse & Gee, C3 Princess 

Reid, James, 202 Princess 



Carpenters and Builders. 

(Sec also Buikhrs.) 



George, Joseph. Wellington, nr Union 
Hindi, Michael. Brock, nr Johnson 
Killv, George .Brock, nr Barrio 
Key's, Joscjih, Wellington, nr Barrack 
Newton, Alexander, h 91 Broek 



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Carriage Axles, (Manufacturers of-) 
■VVilmot, E. & Co. (Victoria Iron Works) King cor Queen 

Carriage and Coach Builders. 

(See also Blaclsmiihs mid JVut/gonviakers.) 

Armstrong, E. 02 Princess 

Blacklock, Thomas, King, nv Princess 

Jenkin, Jolm, Princess, nr Bnrrie • 

Kemp, George, Sj'denliam, nr Princess 

McCrea, Tliomns, Princess, cor Gordon 

Westlake, Samuel Princess, nr Bnrrie 

White, Edward, Princess, cor Clergy 



Carver and Guilder. 

Goodcavlc, Humphrey, Wellington, nr Princess 



Chemists and Druggists. 

Marked thus (*) arc Wliulsialo. 

Heath, Charles, 47 Princess 

*IIobart, G. S. Princess, cor Bagot 

King, J. S. 70 King 

Parker, E. H. King, cor Market square 

Pipe, William, 24 Princess 

Skinner, Henry, 10 Princess 

White, Robert, 42 Princess 



China, Glass and Earthenware. 

Efnikes, John, Princess, nr Wellington 
WilkiusoD, George JM. 72 Sc 73 Wellington 



Cigars and Tobacco. 

Oberndorffcr S. Princess, nr Bagot 



Clothiers. 

{Sec aho Merchant Tailors.) 

Dunoop, John, Princess, nr Wellington 

Ferguson, Ilenry, Wellington, bet Brock and Princess 

Hutchinson, Charles, Brock, nr Wellin!;ton 

Kinaear, John, Wellington, nr Brock 

Slevin & Makin, Wellington, nr Princess 






BUSINESS DIRECTOU\. 

Coal and Wood Dealers. 

Coffee and Spice Mills. 
Robertson. George S= Son, Oatario^P Burnett House 

Commission Merchants. 

(&c .!so Forwarders, Shipping and Co,Hm«J.on.) 

Kpmu Gcorcc J. Princess, nr Wellington 
SheSn, Barrack, nrWelh^^ 

Confectioners. 

(See also, BaUrs and ConfecUo.urs, cn-l Fruit, Oysters, etc.; 

Andrian, Henry, Princess, '" Cl"Sy 
Cicolnri A. King,opptheM..rket 

Cridiford, Thomas, l'V"'"''w ,Kn 
Dnmhlc, Henry, Brock, cor Wellmgton 
lilmer, J. D. Brock, nr Bagot 
Elmer, John. Princess, _cor Bagot 
Johnston, Thomas F. Au.g, cor Larl^ 

Consul (United States), 
nance, S. B. Princess, cor Wellington 

Contractors. 

(See aho Builders and Contractors.) 

Brawster, William, North, nr Rideau 
Do7oghne, Richard, Place d' \rmes, nr Ontar.o 
Uopef Isaac, Colbomcnr Sydenham 
Tajlor, T. D. 2 Wellington Terrace ^ 

Coopers- 

Colwell, WiUiara, Johnson, nr King 

Malcolm, Robert, Rideau 

Mowat, Oliver, Queen, nr.^\ ellington^ 

Coppersmiths. 
McDonald, Donald, King,.bet Jobn.on and William 
McNeil, Neil, Brock, nr lung 



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Cutler. 
Gcnevey, Eugene, Johnson, nr Wellington 

Dentists. 
Clements, L. Wellington, nr Princess 
Day, B. W., M.D. 106 Princess, 1st door above Bruce's Block 



Dining Saloon- 
Kelly, Edward, East Market square 



Distillers. 
Kingston Brewery and Distillery, A. McCormick agent, King 



Dressmakers. 

Fawcett, Margaret, Johnson, cor King 

Ilarrold, Mrs. Eliza (widow Alexander) h rear Brock 

Maync, Mrs. Mary Ann, Brock, nr Bagot 

Newton, Miss Agnes, h 91 Brock 

Sutherland, Miss Catharine, Princess, nr Sydenham 

Walch, Miss Elizabeth, Sj'denham, nr Princess 

Whitcomb, Mrs. Margaret J. 100 Princess 



Dry Goods, Millinery, &o. 

(See also Milliners.) 
JIarkod thus (*) are Wholesale. 
Carslcy, Samuel, Princess, bet Bagot and Wellington 
*Davis, James, Princess, cor Bagot 
Doran, B. & Co. AVcUinglon, nr Princess 
Doyle, Jliss J. 175 Princess 
Gardiner, K. & J. 192 Princess 
llarty, Patrick, Market square 

Lacey, Walter P. Princess, bet Wellington and Bagot 
^Ferguson, William, & Co. King, cor Princess 
*Macnee .t AVaddell, Princess, nr Wellington 
Moore & Skinner, Princess, cor. Wcllingtou 
*Ros3, Alexander, Princess, bet Bagot and Wellington 
Sleilh, Samuel, -W Princess 
Waddell, R. & Co. Princess, cor Wellington 



Dyers and Scourers. 

Montgomery, Stuart, Princess, nr Barrie 

White, Bobert, Princess, bet Sydenham and Clergy 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Engine and Machine Go's. 



137 



Canada Engine and Machine Company, I'ranciss Tutton, Supt. Onta- 
rio, bet Gore and Earl 



Express Company. 
British and American Express Co. King, cor Brock 

Engineers (Civil). 
(See Architects and Civil Enginttrs.) 

Fancy Goods. 

Allen, S. Wellington, nr Princess 
Cridiford, John, King, bet Princess and Brock 
Ferns, Mrs. C. Princess, nr WeUington 
Uenry, Miss Mary, Wellington, nr Princess 
White, S, P. -12 Princess 



riour and Peed. 

(Hce also Produce Merchants.) 
Marked thus (*) are Wholesale. 

Chown, Robert, 74 King 
Kavanagh, John, Market square 
♦Morrison, M. Princess, nr Bngot 
Plewes, Alfred, Ontario, cor Brock 



Forwarding, Shi|)ping, and Commission Merchants. 

(See. also CommissioH Merchants.) 



Anderson & Ford, U. S. Wharf 
Berry, E. & Co. Queen, cor Ontario 
Bowen, Captain William, St. Lawrence Wharf 
Chafl'ey, George & Bros. Atlantic Wharf 
Clcghorn, J. II. (agent) ft of Gore 
Glassford, Jones, & Co. Ontario, nr Queen 
Henderson, James II. & Co. foot of Gore 
ICinghorn, George M. United States Wharf 
Millar J. Morton, Ontario, nr Queen 



Foundry and Machine Shop. 
Kingston Foundry, Ontario, cor Union 



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Fruit, Oysters, Game, and Confectionery. 

(Sc: also Bakers and Conjcci'wners, and Confectiontrt.) 

Comerford, Mrs. Catharine, Ontario, nr Johnson 
David, J. J. ISO Princess 
Nelligan, 15. Ontario, next Burnett House 
Town, Iticliard, Ontario, cor Clarence 



Furniture Manufacturers and Dealers. 

("iS'ec also Cabinet Makers and Upholsterers. ) 
Marked thus (*) are wholesale. 
David, J. J. E. 159 Princess 
*Drennan, S. T., Princess, nr Bagot 



Glue Manufacturer. 
Collins, Edward H. 3 Queen 



Gold and Silversmith. 

Froiland, J. D. Brock, bet King and Wellington. 

Grocer (Green). 

Hurley, John, King, nr Clarence 

Grocers. 
Marked thus (*) are wholesale. 

Adair, Alexander, Barrie, cor William 
Baker, James, King, opp the Market 
Baker, Philip, King, opp the Market 
Bermingham, James, King, opp the Market 
Black, David, King, nr Princess 
Branigan, John, Montreal, nr Picard 
Brophv, William, King, cor Brock 
Browne, James, & Co. Market squari? 
Bruce, Alexander, 158 Princess 
Butler, Jlrs. Mary, 144 Princess 
Campbell, James, Princess, cor Clergy 
Campbell, Peter, 20 Princess 
Campbell, Ilobcrt, Queen, cor Divisiou' 
Campbell, J. & R. Princess, nr Clergy 
'"Carruthers, J. & Co. Ontario, nr William 
Carson, Ilobcrt, 133 Princess 
Cartmill, Nathaniel, Bay, cor Rideau 
Chown, Robert, 74 King 



BUSINESS DiniiCTOnY. 



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Clark, IMrs Ann, Ontario, nr Gore 

Clint, P. Ontario, nr Clarence 

»Cooke, R. B & Co. Princess, cor Montreal 

Conroy, P. Princess, nr Clergy 

Couper, Mrs. Catharine, Barrie, cor Centre 

Craig, Mrs. John, King, bet Earl and Gore 

Cnllen, Gerritt, Bay, nr Rideau 

David, J. J. E. 159 Princess 

Dennis, James, 53 Princess 

Diamond, John B. Montreal, nr John 

Donohue, Mrs. Margaret, 140 Princess 

Dnnlop, James, Princess, nr Ontario 

Dnnlop, James M. Princess, cor King 

Dunn, Thomas, Bay, cor Bond Head 

Fallon, Michael, Market square 

Fee, William, Barrie, cor Queen 

* Foster, Abraham, 30 Princess 

*Fraser, Hugh, King, cor Princess 

Gibson, David, 80 Princess 

Gratton, John, 145 Princess 

Greenwood, John A. 79 Princess 

llalligan, John, Brock, nr King 

Hamilton, J. J. 44 King 

*llarty, James, foot Princess, cor Ontario 

Ilcgarty, Daniel, Ontario, nr William 

'Jlendry, Robert, jun. Princess, oor Montreal 

•■'Hendry, Thomas & Co. 9 Ontario 

Uoran, Michael, King, nr Barrack 

Horswell, Elisha, Barrie, nr William, 

Jordan, R. I. 174 Princess, and 9 Ontario 

Joyce, Robert, Division, cor Jenkins' lane 

Karch, J. A. 9 Princess 

Keller, Charles, Princess, Williamsville 

Kennedy, Denis, King, cor O'Kill 

King, James, Rideau, cor Barrack 

Lawless, Michael, Ontario, cor Place d'Armcs 

Lawric, Mrs. Mary, Gore, cor Wellington 

Linter, Charles, Johnson, cor Bagot 

Livingston, Archibald, 37 Princess, cor Bagot 

McBride, James, Rideau, nr Ordnance 

McCammon, Mrs. 08 Johnson, nr Barrie ' 

McDonald, P. King, opp the Market 

McFaul, Ilobcrt, Queen, cor Barrio 

WcGarvcy, Patrick, Wellington, cor Queen 

McLean, Andrew, Ontario, nr Piiiiecss 

McLean, Mrs. Mary, Ontario, nr Princess 



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McICinley, Mrs. Ann, Charles, cor Montreal 
JIcNeil, John, 173 Princess 
Mcltae, W. Koss, 170 Princess 
Makius & McAdams, 82 Ontario 
Maloncy, John, Wellington, cor Quccu 
Martin, Ilenry, Princess, opp Montreal 
♦Martin, William, Lambton Buildings, Princess 
Meadows, Benjamin, 171 Princess 
Mills, John, Barrie, cor William 
Moore, Joseph, Clergy, cor Colborne 
Murphy, Thomas, Division, nr Ellice 
Neill, John, Princess, WilUamsville 
Newberry, Mr. Princess, WilUamsville 
Ockley, M. Barrie, nr William 
*Ockley, Vincent, 27 Princess 
O'Connor, John, Sydenham, cor Ordnance 
O'Donnell, John, Bay, cor Bond Head 
Orme, M. A. Princess, nr King 
Orr, Johnston, 8 Princess 

O'Sullivan, Daniel, William, cor Bagot ■ 
Pipe, William, 2-1, Princess 
Port, Francis, Princess, Willlamsvine 
Quinn, Michael, Market square 

Kegnn, Mrs. Ann, Wellington, nr Queen 

llobb, John, King, nr Barrack 

iRobertson, George & Son, Ontario, opp Burnett House 

*Rourk, D. & J. Princess, nr Wellington 

Routley, WiUiam, Sydenham, het Bay and Ordnance 

Uoutley, W. K. Princess, nr Sydenham 

Smith, James, 03 Princess 

Smith, Patrick, Ontario, cor Gore 

Somcrville, F. Princess, nr Bagot 

Spaukie, William, Princess, WilUamsville 

Spencer, Thomas, Enrl, cor Bagot 

Stratford, Ilenry, 135 aad 13G Princess 

Stanford, William, Princess, Williamsville 

SummerviUc, Alexander, 153 Princess 

Tompkins, Robert, Barrie, cor Earl 

Toohey, Mrs. T. Gl Johnson 

Tyner, James, Princess, nr Gordon 

•Wilkinson, George M. 72 and 73 Wellington 

Gunsmiths. 

Fuller, James, Brock, cor Bagot 
McArdle, James, King, nr Princess 



BUSINESS DIIlECTOnY. 141 

Hardware and Cutlery. 

Marked thus (•) are wholesale. 

Brown, George, Princess, nr Barrie 

Chown, A, & S. 7 Bagot 

Gillertson & Yarker, IG Brock 

*Frnser & George, Princess, bet Wellington and Bagot 

*Muck!eston, Samuel, Princess, bet King and Wellington 

*Rudston, William, & Son, 4G Princess 

Smith, Edward H. King nr Princess 

Harness Makers. 

(See Saddle and Surness Maker). ) 

» 

Hatters and Furriers. 

Chisachi, D. Princess, opp City Hotel 

Groh, W. Wellington, cor Brock 

llymnn, S. King, nr City Book Store and Princess, nr the Gbsgovr 

Warehouse 
Ilymnn, S. Princess, nr King, and King, nr Brock 
.McDowall, James A. 21 Brock 
Tweddell, Mrs Mary J. 32 Princess 
Wright, Clarke, Wellington, bet Princess and Brock 



Hides and Leather. 

(See Leather and Findings.) 



Hotels and Taverns. 

Marked thus (*) aro Hotels. 

,\diiir, Alexander, Barrie, cor William 

Aildiugton House, Princess, nr Clergy 

".Vmcriean Hotel, IGl Princess 

•Anglo-American, Ontario, cor Johnson 

•A.ston, John C. G Brock, bet Ontario and King 

* Kenupre, Remy, Brock, bet Ontario and King 

•llriliali /American, (Gilbert & Kent) Clarence, cor King 

•British Empire (Mrs. Stenson) Market square, nr Clarence 

Ilnico, .Mrs. Mary, Barrack, cor Ontario 

lliirkc, John, Place d'Armes, nr Ontario 

•Jlurjutt House, Ontario, bet Johnson and Clarence 

•f;ity Hotel, 3-1 Princess 

'("ily Inn, G IJrook, bet Ontario and King 

Ciiihruue, George, B.irrack, cor King 



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Comeilord, E. Ontario, nr Brock 

*Comnicrcinl Hotel, Brock, bet Ontario and King 

*Commercial Inn, Princess, nr Ontario 

Davis, John, Clarence, ur Bagot 

Donaldson, William, Cataraqui Bridge 

Dougherty, Thomas, King, cor Place d'Armes 

Dunn, John, Barrack, cor Wellington 

*Farmers' Inn, Brock, bet Ontario and King 

Fenwick, G. W. Ontario, cor Gore 

Frontcnac IIousp, Princess, bet Ontario and King 

*GaIloway, James, Ontario, cor Earl 

Galloway, James, William, cor Ontario 

*Gathin3, Michael, Brock, bet Ontario and King 

*Griffin House, Brock, cor Ontario , 

Henry, Patrick, Princess, WiUianisville 

* Hibernian House, Brock, bet Ontario and King 

•Hogan, James S. Brock, bet Ontario and King 

Hooker. Elijah, Ontario, nr Brock 

Hunter, Paul, Barrie, nr Earl 

*Irwin, Robert A. 34 Princess 

James, Samuel, Ontario, bet Barrack and Queen 

Jordan, Mrs. Margaret, Division, cor Brock 

Keys, John, Wellington, cor Queen 

Little, Francis, Barrie, nr Earl 

*Lynch, David, 4 Johnson 

McCarthy, Callaghan, King, bet George and O'Eill 

McCumiskey, Mrs. Alice, Ontario, nr Queen 

McCuniiskcy, John, Ontario, nr Johnson 

McGinnis, Owen, Ontario, nr Johnson 

♦McKillo)), Alexander, Johnson, nr Ontario 

McNeill, Mrs. Nancy, Ontario, cor Johnson 

*MaUins, Thomas, Ontario, nr Earl 

*Martiri, Henry, Kil Princess 

Mollaud, James, King, cor Beverley 

Moore, Mrs. Anne, (widow John), Kingston Station 

*Newman, Robert, Princess, cor Barrie 

O'Laughlin, Mrs. Catharine, Clarence, nr Post Officu 

Ontario House, John Mc.\rthur, prop. Ontario 

Orr, James, King, ur O'KiU 

*Ottawa House, Princess, cor Ontario 

PUu, John, Ontario, nr William 

Quigley, James, Kingston Station 

Rennard, John, B.arrie, cor Earl 

Robl), James, Queen, cor King 

Royce, John, Ontario, cor Queen 

Sander, Henry, 02 Princess 



BUSINESS DIKECTOIXY. 

Saunders, Edward, Earl, cor Ontario 
Scott, Mrs. Eliza, Ontario, cor Queen 
Sheridan, William, Wellington, cor Barrack 
Spotton, Richard, Princess, WiUianisville 
'St. Lawrence Hotel, Alex. Robh, prop. Market square 
' Sullivan, James, King, cor Johnson 
Walsh, James, Clarence, nr King 
Ward, Charles, Princess, Williamsville 
^Wellington House, Princess, cor Barrie 



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House-furnishing Goods. 

(See Uardware and Stove Deahn.) 



Hucksters. 
Butler, Mrs. Mary, North Market square 
Campbell, Patrick, Kingston Market 
Casey, Edmund, North Market square 
Daly, Thomas, North Market square 
Douohue, Mrs. Margaret, North Market square 
Donovan, Daniel, North Market square 
Gcrathy, James, North Market square 
Uackett, John, Kingston Market 
Hall, Mrs. Elizabeth, Kingston Market 
Hallina, Mrs. Mary, North iNLirket square 
Murray, Mrs. Mary, North Market square 
O'Connor, Mrs. Alary, Kingston Market 
Shannon, Mrs. Ellen, City Market 
Ward, Mrs. Mary, North Market square 



Insurance Companies. 

(See also Af/cnts, Inaurance.) 
jEtna (of Hartford), Fire and Marine, James Swift, ajt. ft of Johnson 
Albert Life Assurance Co. of London, England, Johii V Noel, a'^ent 

Clarence, opp the Post Office 
Beaver Mutual, Thomas Wilson, agent, Clarence 
Britannia Life Assurance Co. Thomas Briggs, agent, Ontario, nr 

Clarence 
British America Assurance Co. (Marine), Anderson & Ford, ao-ents 

U. S. Wharf " ' 

Canada Life Assurance Co. H. Dupuy, agent, Ontario, nr Clarence 
Canada Life Assurance Co. John Shaw, agent, Ontario, opp Burnett 

House 



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Colonial Life Assurance Co. C. F. Gildersleeve, agenti Clarence, nr 

Ontario 
llartlord Fire Insurance Co. John V Noel, agent, Clarence, opp tlie 

Post Office 
Liverpool and London, and Globe, Th.omas Briggs, agent, Ontario, iir 

IJurnctt House 
London and Liverpool, and Globe, Fire and Life Insurance Co.'s, 

Tliomas Briggs, agent, Ontario, nr Clarence 
Montreal Assurance Co. (Fire), II. Dupny, agent, Ontario nr Clarence 
Noble, John D. St. Lawrence Wliarf 
Phccuix Fire Insurance Co. of London, Thomas ICirkpatrick, agent, 

Ontario, nr Clarence 
Eoyal Insurance Co. (Fire and Life), Clarence, opp the Post Office 
Scottish Provincial Assurance Co. John V. Noel, agent, opp the Post 

Office 
Star Life Association of London, England, John Shnw, agent, Ontario, 

opp Burnett House 
Western Insurance Co. (Fire), John Shaw, agent, Ontario, opp Burnett 

House 



Iron Works. 

{Sec aUo Bar Iron and FounJers and Machine Shops.) 
Wilmot, E. & Co. (Victoria Iron Works) Kiug, cor Queen 



Jewellers. 

(iScc Watchmal<ers and Jewellers.) 



Junk Dealers. 
Spencer, Robert, 147 Princess 



Justice of the Peace. 

Wilson, Thomas, Clarence, opp the Post Office 



Leather and Findings. 

Slarked thus (*) are wholesale. 

Ford, William, juu. King, opp the market 
McKay, J- jun. 1 70 Princess 
*Martin, William, Lambton Buildings, Princess 
Smith, John, Brock, nr Kiug 



DOSINESS DIIIECTORY. 



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Livery Stables. 
Davis, John, Clarence, nr Bagot 
McSorley, Charles, Ontario, nr Brock 
Miuk, George, Princess, nr Clergy 



Lumber Dealers. 
Brown, George, Princess, nr Barrie 
McRossie, AVilliam, AVilliam, cor Ontario 



Marhle Cutters and Dealers. 

Strong, Edward, ].JS Princess 
Welch, E. R. Princess, nr Clergy 



Machinists. 

(See also Foundry and Machine Sltops.) 
Delaucy, John, Johnson, nr Bagot 
Fuller, James, Brock, cor Bagot 



Merchant Tailors. 

(See also Clothiers.) 
Benn, John A. 24 Brock 
Conley, T. King, nr Brock 
Daly, P. 33 Princess 
Dunbar, Jolin, Princess, nr Wellington 
Dunoon, John, Princess, nr Wellington 
Erly, Thomas, Brock, nr King 
F.ihey, Jlichael, 22 Brock 

Hay, William, Brock, bet King and Wellington 
Kccley, William, King, nr Princess 
Livingston, Charles, 43 Princess 
McKay, Donald, King, cor Brock 
Moore, Thomas, Brock, bet King and Wellington 
Percy, William J. 15 Brock, nr King 
llichardson, James, 21 Brock 
Thomson, Adam, 23 Brock 



Milliners and Millinery Goods. 

(See also Dry Quvds and Millinery.) 
Anglin, Mrs. C. Wellington, nr Brock 
Clarke, Mrs. R. Brock, nr Barrie 

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KINGSTON CITY 



Doran, B. & Co. Wellington, ur Princess 
Doyle, Miss J. 175 Princess 
Gardiner, It. & J. 192 Princess 
Livingstone, Jlrs. Ilannah, Bagot, nr Johnson 
MePherson, Miss Isabella, Bagot, nr Princess 
Mathews, Mrs. Eliza Ann, Princess, nr Clergy 
O'Neil, Miss Sar.ali, King, nr Queen 
Waddell, R. & Co. Princess, cor Wellington 



Music and Musical Instrument Dealers. 

Allen, S. Wellington, nr Princess 
Black, Samuel, Princess, nr Wellington 
Burrows, William, King, nr Princess 



News and Periodical Depot. 

(Sse also Booksellers.) 
Ilenderson, John, Princess, nr Welliugton 



Newrspapers. 
" British American," (daily and weekly) Wellington, nr Brock 
"British Whig," John Barker, editor and ])roprietor, Bagot, nr Brock 
"Canadian Churchman," John H. Paruell, publisher and proprietor, 

Bagot, cor Princess 
" Kingston Daily News," 16 Princess 

Notaries Public. 

Dupuy, Hilary, Ontario, nr Clarence 
Kirkpatrick, A. S. Ontario, nr Clarence 
Noble, John D. St Lawrence Wharf 
Shaw, John, Ontario, opp Burnett House 
Simpson, Isaac, Clarence, opp the Post Office 



Official Assignees. 
Shannon, James, Clarence, opp the Post Office 
Voigbt, Ilenry C. Ontario, ur Clarence 



Oyster and Game Dealers. 

(iiee also Fniit end Confcctionert. ) 

Blondheim, S. H. IIU and 112 Brock 

Collin, Mrs. Emma, Ontario, cor Market square ' 

Newman, John, King, nr Brock 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Painters (House, Sign, and Ornamental.) 
Laird, John, Princess, cor Sydenham 
Drury, William, 90 Princess 

Milo, Prnncis, Wellington, bet Brock and Priuccss 
Robinson, Tbouias, Brock, ur King 
Itubinsun, William, Brock, nr Queen 
Savage, Thonms, William, nr Wellington 
Savage, William U. G. 8! and 85 Brock 



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Painter. (Portrait). 
Sawyer, William, Wellington, nr Princess 

Paper Hangers. 
(Ste also Painters, Ilouse and Sign.) 
Robinson, T.bomas, Brock, nr King 
Robinson, William, Brock, nr Queen 



Pastry Cook. 

(See also Balert and Confectioners.) 
Foor, Ilcnry, IGl Princess 

Photographers. 
.\dams, Alfred S. Wellington, cor Clarence 
Henderson, Henfy, Princess, ur Wellington 
Sheldon, 11. K. King, ur Brock 



Physicians and Surgeons. 
Day, B. W., M. D. 156 Prlucess 
Dickson, John R. 79 Johnsou, ur Sydenham 
Fee, Samuel II. 91 Princess 
Icuivick, T. M. King, cor Barrack 
I'owler, rife. Earl, cor King 
Henderson, James A. Johnson, cor Wellington 
Uowclls, Tliomas B. Cure, bet Wellington and King 
Lavi'llr, Miclistl, Jobnsou, nr Bariio 
ilcLcBO, UonalJ, Barrie, ur Brock 
.MocLcan, Prof. D. -12 Princess 
Meagher, James,iCkrgv, nr Princess 
Oliver, A. 8. Kiiij;. nr I'rinicss 
Skinuer, Henry, King, nr Gore 
Skinner, Henry, 10 Princess 
SlewBft, John, Queen, nr Sydenham' 



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Strange, O. S. Kinp, cor Barrack 
Sullivan, Michael, Kin^, nr Clarence 
Thomson, Charles, Earl, nr Wellington 
Yates, Horatio, William, cor King 
Yates, Octavius, William, cor Wellington 

Piano-forte Manufacturers and Dealers. 

(See also Music and Musical Instniment BcaUrt.) 
Black, Samuel, Princess, nr Wellington 
Burrows, Wra. King, nr Princess 
Fox, John C. Princess, cor Ontario ■ 

PlumTjers and Gas Fitters 
McDonald, Donald, King, bet Johnson and William 
McNeil, Neil, Brock, nr King 



Pot and Pearl Ash Manufacturer. 
McCutcheon, Thomas, h S3 Brock 

Printers, (Book and Job.) 
Benedict, R. C. Anchor Building, Brock, cor King 
Creighton, James M. King, nr 15rock 
Lightfoot, William, City Buildings 

Picture Frame Makers. 

(See Carvers and GuiUlera 



Produce Merchants. 

(.SVc aho Cummission jVfrc/ia?i/3. ) 
Jones, E. Ontario, next Burnett House 
McKeever, Thomas, Market square 

Provincial Land Surveyor 

(Sec aho Architects and Cii'il Enginecri.) 
Kirkpatrick, George B. Ontario, nr Clarence 

Provision Dealers. 

(See also Grocers and Cummissioji Merchants.) 
Campbell, Patrick, North Market square 
Ciint, P. Ontario, nr Clarence 

Corrigan, D. North Market square *• 

Flynn, Dauiei, North Market square 
Garvin, Edward, North Market square 
Morrison, M. Princess, nr Bagot _ 
Spence, WiUiam, East Market square 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 



H3 



Pump Maker. 
BroVenshire, John, Ontario, nr Sliip Yard 



Restaurants. 

(See Saloons and Iirstaura)iis .) 



Rivets, Bridge and Boiler. 
Wilmot, E. & Co. (Victoria Iron Works) King ur Queen 

Rolling Mills. 
Kingston Rolling Mills, King cor Queen 



Rope Manufacturer. 
Couper, Mrs. J. Princess, Williamsville 



Rule Maker. 
Quinton, William, Bagot, nr Brock 



Saddle, Harness and Trunk Makers. 
Branigan, Denis, 151, Princess 
Doinn, Martin, 55 Princess 
Walker, Robert, 45 Princess 
Wilkinson, Charles, Princess, nr Wellington 
Wilton, Henry, 105 Princess 



Sailmaker. 
Falconer, James, Ontario, nr Earl 



Saloons and Restaurants. 

Beafort, Edward L. Kingston Station 
Blondhcim, S. II. 110 and 112 Brock 
Cicolari, A. King, opp the Market 
Crinnell, Thomas, Johnson, nr Ontario 
Cronin, Michael, Ontario, cor Barrack 
Gill, Robert, Brock, nr King 
Grimason, Henry, Princess, nr Clergy 
Miuk, George, Princess, nr Clergy 
Molloy, John, 54 Princess 
Office Saloon, Brock, nr King 
Quiuton, Benjamin, United Slates Wharf 
Smyth, Samuel, South Market square 
Winters, John, King, opp the Market 



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KINGSTON CITY 



Sausage Makers. 
Pisati, Joseph, Johnson, nr Wellington 
Reid, William, C5 Johnson 
Tossell, William, Princess, nr Sydenham 

Schools and Academies. 
Boyer, Miss Fanny, Ontario, nr West 
Charles Street School, Miss Frances Cranston, teacher 
Douglass, Miss Ann, 48 Princess 
King, Mrs. Ontario, nr West 
AVhite, Miss Margaret, Clarence, nr Bagot 

Sewing Machine Manufacturer and Agent- 
Cunningham, John, King, nr George 

Ship Builders. 

Berry, E. & Co. Queen, cor Ontario 
Newman, William, ft of Gore 

Shipping, For-warding, and Commission Merchants. 

(See also Cummiision ilerclianis.) 
Anderson & Ford, United States Wharf 
Calvin &, Breck, Ontario, nr Clarence 



Ship C^wners. 
Berry, E. & Co. Queen, cor Ontario 
Boweu, Capt. William, St. Lawrence wharf " 
Finnemore, Alfred, Atlantic wharf 
Kinghorn, George M. United States wharf 

Skate Manufacturer. 
Cunningham, Henry, King, cor George 



Sleigh Makers. 

(See Carving' awl Coach Builders.) 



Soap and Candle Manufacturers. 
Hendry, Robert, Centre, nr Barrie 
Phippen, Samuel, Bagot, cor Johnson. 
Quigly, Peter, Brock, nr Bagot 
Shaw, James, Johnson, nr Ontario 
Spencer, Thomas, juu. Bagot, nr Gore 



BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 

Soda Water Manufacturers. 
Bonter, F. P. H. Clarence, nr Wellington 
Pipe, William, 'z4 Princess 

Steamship Agents. 

(iSie Agents, ateamship. ) 



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Stoves and Tinware. 

Allen, William, Wellington, nr Princess 
ChowD, George, 172 Princess 
Chown, A. & S. 7 Bagot 
Chown & Cunningham, 8 Bagot 
Horsey, R. M. 106 Princess 
MclCehey & Birch, Wellington, nr Princess 
Shiels, John, King, nr Princess 
Towusley, John, Princess, nr Barrie 

Tanners. 

(See also Leather and Findings. 
Ford, William, jun. King, opp the Market 
Minnes, William P. Princess, opp Gordon 

Taverns. 

(See Ilutels and Taverns. ) 



Taxidermist. 
ColUns, Edward H. 3 Queen 

Teacher (Music). 
McNolty, Miss Mary, Brock, nr llagot 

Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Workers. 

(See also Stoves and Tin\eare.) 
Chown & Cunningham, 8 Bagot 
Norris, Joseph, Johnson, nr King 



Tohacco and Cigar Manufacturers. 

(See also Cigars and Tohaceo.) 
White, S. P. 22 Princes 

UmbreUa Maker. 
Genevey, Eugene, Johnson, fir Wellington 



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Undertakers. 

(See also Cabinet Makers and Furniture DeaUrt.) 
Brame, Henry, 68 Princess * 

Filtz, George, 150 Princess 



Veterinary Surgeon. 
Sessions, John, Princess, Williamsville 



Waggon Makers. 

(See aho Blachsmiihs, and Carriage and Waggon Majors.) 
Draper, William, Wellington, nr Uarrack 
Kane, D. Queen, cor Wellington 
Kemp, George, Sydenliam, nr Princess 



Watoh Makers and Je^wellers. 

Crldiford, John, King bet Princess and Brock 
Gage, Matthew, King, nr Princess 
Johnston, James, Wellington, nr Princess 
Leheup, J. A. Brock bet King and Wellington 
Oberndorffer, S. Princess, nr Bagot 
Ramage, John, Brock, nr Wellington 
Rousou, David, Market square 
Spaugeubcrg, George, King, nr Princess 
Smith, William, King, nr Princess 



Whitesmith. 
Skinner, James, 93 Princess 



Wine and Spirit Merchants. 

('.bVc aho Orot:cr4.) 
Browne, James & Co. Market square 
Campbell, James, Ontario, cor Princess 
Campbell, Peter, 2G Princess 
Foster, Abraham, 30 Princess 
Hamilton, J. J. ii King 
Livin!ston, Archibald, 37 Princess 
McMillan, John, 10 Ontario 
McPae, W. ii. & Co. Brock, nr Market square 
Wilkinson, George M. 72 and 73 Wellington 



Wood Carver. 
McDcrmott, Thomas, 148 Princess 

Wood Dealers. 

(.See Coal and Wood.) 



NAPANEE. 



An incorporated town, and the county seat of the counties of 
Lennox and Addington, situated on the Napanee Bivcr, from 
•which it derives its name. Napanee, however, is a corruption of the 
Indian name, "Appanee." The Kingston road passes through the 
town : it is one of the best made roads in Canada. Kingston is dis- 
tant 24 miles, Toronto 13G, Biith 12, and the viU.agc of Newburgh 7 
miles. The river flows through the village, and empties into the Bay 
of Quintfe, affording a vast amount of water power, and is navi- 
gable up to the town for vessels drawing six feet of water. The first 
settlement made in the vicinity of Napanee was in the year 1782, by 
Thomas Wager ; Mrs. Harns, with her three sons, Darius, Gilbert, 
and Thomas ; William Snger ; and Isaac Crowder, with his step-sons, 
Isaac, Jonas, Lambert, Aaron, and James Vanalstinc. These parties 
took up land near the present site of the town, the whole section of 
country being, at that time, a wilderness-land, in many instances, 
selling at five dollars per lot. James J. Vanalstinc was the first white 
child born in the settlement, in the year 1800. 

The early settlers suffered great- distress, in many instances, and 
experienced in reality the difiiculties and trials of a pioneer life. At 
this time the nearest mill was Kingston Mills, twenty-seven mdes off. 
There were no roads ; and the only way of conveying the gram to 
mill was, either by carrying a bag on their backs, or by sleighs drawn 
by hand, carrying five bushels at a time. 

Napanee was first laid out as a village plot, in 1 832, by John Solomon 
Cartwright ; and, until the completion of the Grand Trunk Hallway 
line, presented no material evidence of growth or prosperity. On the 
completion of this line of railw.iy (not only a great boon to Nap.anee, 



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TOWN OF NAPANEE. 



but to every section of Canada through which it intersects), the Tillage- 
increased rapidly in population, until now it is near three thousand. 
Village property increased largely in value, manufacturing establish- 
ments of various kinds were started, and all realizing handsome profits. 
The river here affords one of the best water privileges in Canada. A 
canal has been made from the falls near the rniUvay bridge, eleven 
hundred feet in length, and supplies the power for two foun- 
dries, a large flouring mill, plaster mill, cabinet and chair factory, saw 
mill, woollen factory, and could be made available for propelling- 
nlmost any r.mount of machinery. The head fall at the Napanee 
flouring mills, from the canal, is thirty-one feet. In this mill they 
use an overshot wheel, twenty-six feet in diameter, twelve feet in 
breadth. These mills were erected, in 184G, by the executors of the 
estate of the late John S. Cartwright, M.P.P. The building is partly 
of stone^ and partly of wood, seven stories in height, and con- 
tains large store-rooms and four run of stones. One thousand bushels 
of wheat can be manufactured into flour, at this mill, every twenty- 
four hours. It is carried on by James V. Bartels, who is also largely 
engaged in brick and tile manufacturing, — in this branch twelve men 
are employed. 

In the manufacture of woollen goods, Perry, JIcGiUivray & Co., 
employ eight hands. Tlie factory contains five looms, three sets of 
carding machines for custom work, and one set of manufacturing ma- 
chines. The faetory has been in operation since 1837, and was first 
carried on by Christopher Cramer. The establishment turns out 
about SCO yards per week. 

The Napanee Foundry was started, in 1842, by John Herring- 
Buildings are stone, and, with machinery, cost six thousand dollars. 
The power for propelling the machinery is supplied from the canal. 
Fifteen men are kept employed in manufacturing mowers, reapers, 
ploughs, agricultural implements, stoves, mill castings, &e. 

The Phoenix Foundry was established in 184C. The buildings are 
etone, and the power used is water. Eight hands are employed ; and 
stoves, ploughs, mill castings, cultivators, &c., are turned out. McKane 
& Dwyer are the proprietors. 

11. Rennie & Co. employ ten hands, manufacturing ready-made 
clothing. 

There are many other establishments engaged in the several branches. 
of industry, usually required for a town of this size. 



TOWN OF NAPANEE. 



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NAPANEE ACADEMY. 
This building is now in process of erection, and is to be completed. 
by the first of May, I8G0. The material is brick, aud, when finished, 
will be one of the most convenient, substantial, and imposing edifices 
in Western Canada. The courses of instruction will embrace that of 
primary, intermediate, and higher mathematics, and the classics. 

CHURCUES. 
CHnRCB OF England, (St. Mathews) was erected in 1815,of stone> 
at a cost of four thousand dollars. It is capable of accommodating 
about three hundred persons ; Rev. J. J. Bogart, Rector. In con- 
nection with the church is an excellent parsonage, costing about two 
thousand dollars. 

United PREsnvTERiAN Church of Canada, (St. .\ndrews) was 
built in 18G4, of stone, and when fully completed will cost about eight 
thousand dollars ; Rev. John Scott, minister. 

Wesleyan Methodist Church, was erected in 1801, of stone, 
at a cost of about ten thousand dollars, situated on corner of Church 
and John streets ; Rev's. William McCuUough, D. Bretbour, and J. 
F. German, B. A., ministers. It will accommodate about one thou- 
sand persons. 

MEtuoDisT Episcopal Church, was built in 1828, of frame, and 
is situated on the corner of Robert and Church streets. It cost about 
two thousand eight hundred dollars. It is ca]>able of seating about 
800 persons. Revs. David Wilson, and G. French, Ministers. , 

Roman Catholic, (St. Patrick's) was erected in 18G1, of stone, 
with a parsonage and school connected, the whole costing about tea 
thousand dollars. It is situated on the corner of Thom.-!s and West 
streets. It will accomodate about 700 persons. Rev. J. Bro\VD, 
priest. 

MISSIONS. 

Wesleyan Church, (Selby), was erected in 1820, of frame, and 
cost about one thousand dollars. It will accommodate about six 
hundred persons. Revs. William, McCuUough, David Brcthour and 
John P. German, B.A., ministers 

Wesleyan Church, (Empy Hill) was erected in 18G0 at a cost 



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vf eight hundred dollars. It will nccomraodate about five hundred 
persons. Revs. William McCullougb, David Urethour aud J. F. 
German, B. A., ministers. 

WESLtYAN CiiURCu, (Mount Pleasant) was erected in I8C1, at a 
cost of eight hundred dollars. It will accommodate about five hundred 
persons, llcvs. William McCullough, David Brcthour, and J. F.- 
German, B.A., ministers. 

SCHOOLS. 

Board of Grammar School Trustees hold meetings every month. 
F. V. Carey, Chairman ; John Stevenson, Dr. A. S. Bristol, B. C. 
Davy, Dr. James Grange, Rev. John Scott. 

Board of Common School Trustees hold meetings once a mouth. 
T. Bccman, C. R. Miller, J. C. Huffman, W. Parrish, C. James, C. 

B. Perry. 

SECRET SOCIETIES. 
Union Lodge No. 9, G. R. C— Regular communications Friday 
before full moon in each month. W.M., Hiram M. Wright ; P.JL, B. 

C. Davy ; S.W., S. T. Clement ; J.W., Fred. Richardson ; Secretary, 
John Benson ; Treasurer, J. C. Huffman ; S.D., Robert Downey ; J.D., 
Thomas Henry ; I.G., C. B. Perry ; Stewards, Moses Williams, A. 
Culbertson ; Tyler, Isaiah Abrams. 

Loyal Orange Lodge, No. 35G. — Meetings are held every second 
Monday in each month, in Grange's Block, Dundas street. James 
Rtroncy, W. JI. ; A. C. Davis, Secretary ; Samuel Wilson, Treasurer ; 
David l^dgar, Foreman Com. 

Abrams, David, laborer 

Abrnms, George, l.iborcr 

Abrams, Isriiah, contractor 

Abrams, John, laborer 

Anderson, Cbristophcr, laborer 

Anderson, Thomas, laborer 

Allen, Lewis, carpenter , 

Allen, AVilliam, carpenter 

AUingham, Richard, cabinet maker, Dundas, h same 

AUingham, Richard, shoemaker 

Alhngliani, William, boot and shoe ma'.iufacturer, Dundas, h larae 

Appleby, William, huckster 

Aylaworth, Jeliiel, grocer, Dundas, h same 

JJabcock, Jlciiiy Ci. laborer 



town of NAPANEE. 



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Babeock, Jesse, blacksmith 

Babcock, Joseph, laborer 

Babeock, Reuben, laborer 

Babcock, William, laborer 

Babr, Amandus, laborer 

Baker, Nelson, laborer 

Bainham, Alfred, laborer 

Bartley, John, sailor ; . 

BAllTELS, JAMES F. proprietor Napanee Mills, brick and tile 

manufacturer 
Cartels, William G. cabinet maker 

BEEMAN, TRUMAN, J.P. commissioner in B.R., conveyancer, &o 
Centre - ' 

Begley, John, chairmakcr, bds Dundas 

BELL, ROBERT B. proprietor of livery stables, nr Campbell House 
h Bridge (see card, p. 108) j-i"u=c. 

Bell, Mrs. Peter, tailoress 

Bell, Mrs. AVilliam, tailoress 

BENSON, JOHN, collector of customs, h Brid-e 

Benson, Stephen, photographer ° 

Berril, William, carpenter 

Bird, William, grocer 

Blair, James, sen. tailor 

Blair, James, jun. tailor, Duud.is, h same 

Blaii,- John, tailor, bds Dundas 

I'.lakcly, James, patent medicines 

Blcwett, Janjcs, grocer, Dundas, h same 

Blewett, John, groceries and provisions, Dundas, h same 

Blewctt, Richard, grocer 

Blewett, Vt'illiam, clerk, bds Duudas 

BOGAIiT GILBERT, postmaster, Dundas, bds Dundas 

iiowen. hdivard, grocer, Dundas, h Dundas 

Bowers, George, farmer 

Bowers, Daiid, fanner 

liowey, Thomas, bartender. Railroad House 

Bowey, V/illlam, proprietor. Railroad House 

Boyd, James, laborer 

Royes, John, blacksmith, h John 

Boycs, John, waggon maker 

Boyes, Uobert (Webster & Boyes) h Robert 
Boyle, Henry, general dealer, Dundas, h Thomas 
Boyle, Henry, stoves, tinware, hardware, &c. 
Biadshaw, William, waggon maker, bds Robert 
Brcnnan, Daniel, laborer 

liriggs, B. boot and shoemaker, Dundas, h Dundas 
Briggs, James, farmer 



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ADVERTISING DIRECTORY. 



R. B. BELL, 



''HWl.,I.U..'l'.l"Tn 




CAMPBELL HOUSE, 

Dnndas Street, Napanee, C. W. 

JOHN W. COLE, 




WM^ S®1*]1!1 



DUNDAS STREET, 

NAPANEE, C. W. 



TOWN OK NAPANEE. 



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Briggs, John, waggon mnkcr, bds Bridge 

Brisco, Benjamin, general dealer in dry goods 

Bristol, Amos S. physician and surgeon 

Brown, James, note broker 

Brown, Titus F. dentist 

Bruton, Charles, at cloth factory 

Bruton, William 11. general dealer, Dundas, h same - 

Burmiss, John J. laborer 

Campbell, Mrs. C. widow 

CAMPBELL HOUSE, John Dwight, proprietor (see card, p. ]60) 

Carman, Harry (Carman & Hubbs) h John 

Carman & Hubbs (Henry Carman and Henry A. M. Hubbs) photo- 
graphers, Dundas 

Carscallen, Luke, farmer 

Carson, James, laborer 

Cnscy, Francis V. clerk 

Chamberlain, S. G. grocer 

Chamberlain, Thomas, M.D. physician and surgeon 

Chamberlain, William R. medical student 

CHAMBERLIN, HENRY, dealer in staple and fancy groceries, crock- 
ery, and glassware, &c. Dundas, h same 

Ch.ipman, Charles, tinsmith, bds Mill 

Chattersou, John, oyster saloon, Dundas, h same 

Clark, Leonard, blacksmith 

Clapp, Jonas, C. cabinetmaker 

Clapp, Joseph, cabinetmoker, h Centre 

Clements, S. T. dentist, office, Grange's Block, John, K Robert 

ClifF, George, carpenter 

Cliff, John A. carpenter 

Clow, H. P. lumber manufacturer and manufacturer of piauo-wheel 
horse-rake 

Coatcs, John, harness-maker, h Mill 

Cockburn, George, grocer, Dundas, h same 

Coff, John 

COLE, JOHN W. livery stable proprietor, Dundas (see card, p. 158) 

COMMERCIAL BANK OF CANADA, office. John Street; Wil- 
liam Munro, teller, and Alexander Smith, agent 

Conger, Belyot, mason 

Conger, Peter, mason and builder 

Congpr, Peter, sailor 

Couger, Peter W. mason 

Conway, George, sawyer 

Cornell, Johu, clerk, Holbrook House 

Crouk, Christopher, laborer 

Culhanc, James, proprietor, Lenox Hotel 

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Cunninglinm, EtlwnrJ, ostler, Davy's Hotel 

Clinic, John, Ijlacksmith, h Newburgh 

DAVIS, ALEXANDER C. genenil dealer in dry goods, clotlnDg, 
groceries, hardware, &-c. Dundas 

Davis, Thomas G. ?alcsmaii, A. C. Davis 

DAVY, B. C. (Davy & Ilolmested) and town major, h Graham 

Davy, G. II. proprietor Davy's Commercial Hotel, Dundas 

Davy, John laborer 

Davy, Samuel, laborer 

Davy, William AV. laborer 

DAVY & IIOLMESTED (B. C, Davy and George S. Ilolmested) 
barristers, attorneys, and solicitors in Chancery, Dundas 

DERBY, E. L. meat market. Grange Block 

Derby, Mrs milliner and dressmaker, Dundas 

Dctlor, George 11. county clerk 

DETLOR, S. McL. general merchant, town councillor, and lumber 
m; reliant, Dundas 

Detlor, Titus S. station-master, G. T. R. 

Detlor, AVilliam S. clerk. Grange & Co. bds Centre 

DETLOR, W. V. county clerk, J. P. commissoner in B. R. passport 
agent, and insurance agent ; office, nr Ilolbrook House 

DICKENS, EDWIN (Dickens & Bro. and Dickens & Lanphier) h 
Dundas 

Dickens, William (Dickens & Bro.) h Centre 

Dickens & Bro. (William and Edwin Dickens) dealers in fancy gro- 
ceries and confectioneries, Dundas 

DICKENS & LANPIIIEK (Edwin Dickens and John Lanphier) pro- 
prietors of Lennox and Addington Ledger, office, Dundas (sec 
card, p. 102) 

Dickson, George, tailor, Dundas, h Robert 

Doncy, Lafayette, grocer, Dundas, h same 

Doncy, Solomon, boot and shoemaker 

DOUGE, JULIUS A. barber and hair dresser, Dundas, li same 

Douglas, Henry, general merchant, Dundas, h same 

Douglas, John, groceries and dry goods 

Downey, George, clerk, bds John 

Downey, Robert, general merchant, Dundas, h John 

Doxy, John, waggon maker 

Dra])er. William George, laborer 

Dryden, Thomas, laborer 

Dryden, William, laborer 

Duntan, Hugh, laborer 

Dunning, Alfred B. general merchant, Dundas, h same 

Dunning, George, general merchant and hop grower, Dundas, h same 

DWIGIIT, JOHN, proprietor Campbell House (see card, p. ICO) 

Dwyer, John (McKane & Dwyer) h Mill 
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Dyon, George, tcnmstcr 

EnstoD, Hobcrt, fire insurance agent 

Edgar, Augustus, carpenter 

Edgar, David, carpenter 

Edwards, William, laborer 

Elliott, John, laborer 

Emerson, James, clerk for Hooper 

Embury, Philip, agent, A. F. Hooper 

Empey, Aaron J. blacksmith 

Esson, Uobcrt, J. P. 

Evans, Robert L. sailor 

FEDDIS MATTHEW, prop Napanee Brewery, dealer in liquors. 

Water 
Fletcher, William N. hotel keeper 
Forward, Henry T. general merchant 

FOSTER, ALBADOUE (Richardson & Foster) bds Dundas 
Foster, Rynaldo, general dealer in dry goods and groceries, Dundas 
Foote, Daniel A. tailor, Dundas, h same 
Fox, Anthony, laborer 
Fralick, William H. clerk 

Fralick, William S. farmer - 

Fraser, Horatio, clerk 
Frasier, Horatio, clerk, bds Dundas 
Frizzell, Robert shoemaker, bds Dundas 
Fuller, John W. tinsmith, bds Thomas 
George, John B. laborer 
Gibbard, Charles, carpenter 

GIBBARD. JOHN (Gibbard & Green) h Centre 
Gibbard, William T. cabinet maker. Centre 
Gibbard, William T. book-keeper, bds Centre 
GIBBARD & GREEN (John Gibbard and John Green) cabinet 

makers and sash and blind manufacturers, Dundas 
Gleeson, John, jun. laborer 

Glceson, Michael, laborer , 

Gould, Andrew, butcher 
Gould, Daniel, butcher 

GRANGE. JAMES, M.D. physician and surgeon, h John 
GRANGE, JOHN (Grange & Co.) h Dundas 
GRANGE, JOHN T., M.D. (Grange & Co.) physician and surgeon, h 

Centre 
GRANGE, THOMAS (Grange & Co.) h Richmond Road 
GRANGE & CO. (John, Thomas, and John T. Giauge) dealers in 

dru^s, medicines, &c. Dundas 
Gray, William, farmer 
Green, Arnold, carpenter, bds Adclphi 



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GKEEN, JOHN (Gibbard & Green) h Adelphi 

Griffitli, Frnnkliu M. biiilift" 

Gunsoliis, Charles B. note broker 

Ilaig, Robert, grocer, Dundas 

Hall, Gcorf,'e, laborer 

Ham, Charles, mason 

Ham, Willinin, mason 

Hamilton, James, waggon-maker 

Harris, Clark S. farnuT 

Harrison, Henry, painter 

Hays, James, laborer 

Hays, Samuel, sailor. 

Hays, William, sailor 

Henry, Alexander, weaver 

HENRY, ALEXANDER (Thomas and Alexander Henry) h Mill 

Henry, James, weaver 

HENRY, THOMAS (Thomas & Alexander Henry) editor Napanee 
Standard, h Clarksville 

HENRY, THOMAS & ALEXANDER, proprietors Napanee Stand- 
ard, office, Dundas (see card, p. l(jG) 

HERRING, JOHN, prop Napanee Foundry and Machine Shop, 
Mill ■ _ 

Hibbard, Charles, fanning mill maker, h Robert 

IIOLBROOK, T. A. prop Anglo-American House, Belleville (see card, 
p. 1G8) 

HOLMESTED, GEORGE S. (Davy & Holmcstcd) bds Rectory 

Hooper, A. F. grain merchant and lumber yard 

Hooper, Edward, general merchant, Dundas, h same 

Hooper, E. J. barrister, Dundas 

Hooper, Henry, clerk, bds Dundas 

Horigan, Michael, hostler, Campbell House 

Hosey, Alexander, carpenter 

Hosey, Alexander, spinner 

Hosey, James, carpciiter 

Hosey, John, carpenter 

Hosey, William N. carriage finisher, h Bridge 

Hubbs, Henry A. M. (Carman & Hubbs) bds John 

Huff, Darius, blacksmith 

Huft", E. carpenter 

Huff, Samuel, carjientcr 

Huff, Mrs. Sarah, milliner and dressmaker, Dundas 

Huff, William, cooper, Mill, h Dundas 

Huff, Wilson, brick maker 

Huffman, James C. druggist, Dundas, li Centre 

Hughes, Thomas, civil engineer, Dundas 

James, Charles, clerk, division court, Dundas, h East 

Janes, Harvey, laborer 



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Janes, Samuel, waggon maker 
Jenkins, Clinton, printer' 
Johnson, Robert, grocer 
Joy, Wilder, blacksmith 
Judd, C. H. gunsmith, Dundas, h same 
Jndd, William S. watchmaker, Dundas, h same 
Kelly, Benjamin, laborer 
Kennedy, James, carpenter 

KENNEDY, WILLIAM, editor and publisher, Lennox and Adding- 
ton Ledger, office, Dundas, h same (sec card, p. 1C2) 

LAMB, THOMAS, dealer in dry goods, ready-made clothing, liquors, 
and groceries, Dundas, bds Campbell Hotel (see card, p. 1G8) 

Lane, George, waggon-maker, bds Robert 

LANPHIER, JOHN (Dickens & Lanphier) 

LANPHIER, WILLIAM, manufacturer and dealer in boots and 
shoes, Dundas, h Bridge 

Lanxon, George, waggonmaker, Dundas, h same 

Lanxon, Henry, waggonmaker 

Lanxon, Richard, waggonmaker, h Bridge 

Lazier, Allen, teamster 

Leary, Benjamin, chnirmaker, h Dundas 

LENNOX & ADDINGTON LEDGER, Dickens & Lanphier, propri- 
etors ; Wm. Kenedy, publisher, office, Dundas (sec card, p. 1G2) 

Leonard, Martin, tailor, Dundas, h same 

Leslie, David, laborer 

Light, Robert, cabinetmaker 

Lockwood, Robert, blacksmith 

Loux, Charles, gentleman 

Loveless, Wellington, shoemaker, bds Dundas 

Lowry, Hamilton P. cabinetmaker, h Newburgh road 

Lowry, John, blacksmith 

Lowry, King, farmer 

Lynn, John, sailor 

Lyons, Samuel, carpenter 

McAfee, William, carpenter and joiner 

McBean, Charles, cabinetmaker 

McRean, Charles E law student, with Davy & Holmested 

McCube, William, carpenter 

MeCann, Richard, clerk 

McCaw, Robert, weaver 

McCoy, Asahel, carder 

McCoy, C. L. sash and doormaker, bds Clarksville 

McCoy, John, barrister, &e. 

McCoy, Matthew, blacksniith 

McCoy, Itobert, reiired 

McCrossIe, James, blnckimitb, li Salem 



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McCrossie, James, farmer 

McCrossic, Robert, telegraph operator, G. T. R. 

McCuUough, James, tailor 

McDonald, Robert, harnessmakcr and saddler, Dundns, h same 

McGillivray, William, cloth a^anufacturer 

McGovcrn, John, weaver 

McGrath, Thomas, shoemaker, bds Dundas 

McGUIN, JOHN B. clerk County Court, deputy clerk Crown'and 
Pleas, and registrar Surrogate Court, office. Court House 

McIIenry, Donald C. school teacher 

McKANE, PATRICK (McKane & Dwyer) h Mill 

McKANE & UWYEll (Patrick McKane and John Dwyer) tin- 
smiths, Dund.as 

RIcKeough, George W. clerk, Campbell House 

JMcKim, Christoplier S. general merchant, Dundas, h same 

McKiver, Donald, carpenter 

McMichael, Miss Harriet, milliner and dressmaker, Dundas, h same 

McMichael, John, toll-gate keeper 

McMuUen, William, general dealer, Dundas, h same 

McVicker, John, laborer 

Madden, S. J. tannery 

Magovcny, John, weaver 

Martin, James, grocer, Dundas, h Bridge 

Meagher, Michael, laborer 

Melville, Alexander, laborer 

Miller, Charles R. money broker 

Miller, Davis, grain dealer 

Miller, D. II. grain merchant, Dundas, bds same 

Miller, John, blacksmith, bds Adelphi 

Miller, Piatt, moulder 

MILLER, WILLIAM, dealer in dry goods, hardware, liquors, &c. 
Dundas, h same 

Miller, William 1'. agent, I!. Briseo, dealer in dry goods, groceries 
and liquors, Dundas 

Mills, Charlton, clerk 

Mills, David, harnessmnker, h Dundas 

Mills, George, hHrncssmnkcr, Dundas, h same 

Mills, William, grocer, Dundas. h same 

Mooney, William, blacksmith, Dinidas 

Moore, Gardiner F. marble works 

Morey, Joseph, blacksmith 

Morris, Michael, moulder, bds Mill 

Morrow, John, laborer ^ 

Moxley, William, blacksmith, bds Robert 

JIurphy, Lawrence, school teacher 

MUNRO, WILLIAM, teller, Commercial Bank of Canada 



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pains or expense will be spared to insure the comfort of 

guests calling at this Ilotcl. 

The Best Wines, Liquors, and Cigars always on Ilaud. 

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NAPANEE STANDARD, Thomas and Alexander Henry, editors 
and proprietors, office, Dundas (sec card, p 1C6) 

Nelson, John, finisher, Phoouix Foundry 

Normilc, Michael, laborer 

Norris, John, butcher 

NORTHGEAVES, W. J. dealer in watches, clocks, jewellery, Dundas. 
h same 

O'Byrne, L. boot and shoemaker, Dundas, h same 

Oliver, John, laborer 

Olson, Stephen E. watchmaker and jeweller 

O'Neil, Felix, laborer 

O'Rourke, John P. painter 

Parrish, William, hardware merchant and tinware manufacturer. 

Patten, Daniel, sailor 

Patten, Donald, laborer 

Patterson, John, laborer 

Percy, John, farmer 

Perry, Charles B. bailiff, 4th Division Court 

Perry, James, plaster mills 

Phelan, John, grocer, Dundas, h same 

Phillips, Abraham, shoemaker 

Phillips, Robert, school teacher 

Pierson, James, laborer 

Pierson, Levi, laborer 

Pierson, Richard, laborer 

Plumley, James, laborer 

Post, Jason, sash and door maker, h John 

Pringle, Daniel, gentleman 

Pringle, Edward, carpenter 

Pringle, Slarshall, sailor 
Pringle, Miles, carpenter 
PRUYN, M. W. deputy sheriff, counties Lennox and Addington ,- 

ofiice. Court Uouse 
PRUYN, OLIVER T. sherifT, counties Lennox and Addington; 

office, Court Uouse 
Rankin, William, sailor. 
Reed, Leander C. soda water manufacturer 
RENNIE, JAMES (R. Rennie & Co.) h Dundas 
RENNIE, JOHN (R. Rennie & Co.) h Dundas 
RENNIE, ROBERT (R. Rennie & Co.) 

RENNIE R. & Co. (Robert Rennie, John Rennie, and James Rennie) 
dealers in dry goods, groceries, boots and shoes, clothing, &c. 
merchant tailors, Dundas 
Richardson, Amos, carpenter 
Richardson, Frederick, carriage painter, h Bridce 
RICHARDSON, FREDERICK (Richardson & Foster) h Centre 



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EichardsOii, James E. switclirann, G^. T. R. 

Richardson, Juhn B. carpentei- 

RICHARDSON & FOSTER (Frederick Richardson nnd Albidore 

Foster) photographers, Dundas (see card,'p 1/2) 
Roach, James, lahorer 
Roberts, Edward, laborer 
Robinson, William, carpenter 
ROBLIN, DAVID A. deputy registrar, counties Lennox and Adding- 

lon ; ollice. East 
lloblin, James B. student, S. T. Clcmeuts, bds Fairmont Hall 
ROBLIN, MARSIIALIj P. registrar, counties Lennox and Addington, 

h East 
Rogers, Mark T. general merchant 
Roney, James, waggon maker 
Rose, WiHiam, butcher 

Ross, Charles S., M.D., physician and Burgeon 
Ross, Thomas R. millwright 
Savage, William, sailor 
Schryver, Mrs. Ann, grocer, Diindas, h same 
Schryver, George, clerk, bds Adclphi 
Schryver, George, laborer 

Schryver, George, engineer, pump-house, G. T. R. station 
Schryver, lliram, shoemaker, h East 
Schryver, John, shoemaker, h Dundas 
Scott, Gcorse, dyer, woollen factory 

SCOTT, THOMAS, barrister, solicitor, &c. Dundas, bds Davy's Hotel 
Scarlc, Cliarlcs, salesman, E. Scarle 
Scarlc, Edwin, general hardware, Dundas, h same 
Scwart, George, blacksmith, bds Adelphi 
Shannon, Neil, baker 
Sheen, Donald, laborer 

■ ShLM-ifT, William II. waggon maker, bds Robert 
Shipman, R. S. lumber agent 
Shirley, Tliomas, M.D., physician and surgeon 
Shorts, Augustus, machinist 
Simmons, John, laborer 
Sixsmith, Geor!;e S. tailor 

SMITH, ALEXANDER, agent. Commercial Bank of Cf.nadn 
Smith, John, grocer, Dundas, h Adelphi 
Smith, John, laborer 
Smith, Thomas, sailor 

Stevenson, Andrew, grocer, Dundas, h same 
Stevenson, Arthur, lumber merchant, Centre, h John 
Stevenson, Arthur, salesman 
Stevenson, Gordon, laborer 

Stevenson, John, general merchant, Dundas, h Bridge 
Taylor, John, waggonmaker, bds Adelphi 



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Templeton, James A. clerk Post Office, bds Dundas 

Templctou, Mrs. Janet, grocer, Dundas, h same 

Thompson, William R. sailor 

Tobey, Conrad, carpenter 

TODD, WILLIAM, head miller, Napannee Mills 

Irc-adway, Benjamin, teamster 

Tremble, Thomas, butcher 

Vanalstinc, James J. constable 

Vanalstinc, Irnng, teamster 

Vanalstine, Nelson, teamster 

Vine, Edward, veterinary surgeon 

WADDEL, p.WlD A. saddle and harnessmaker Dundas, h same 

(see card, p. 1^2) 
Wager, Elias H. laborer 
Wale, Edward, blacksmith, bds Salem 
Wale, Rolph, blacksmith, h Salem 
Wales, Miss Hannah, milliner and dressmaker, DundaS 
Wales, Ralph, blaeksmitli 
Walker, AValter, weaver 
Waller, Joiin R. painter 

Walsli, William, printer, Napanee Standard, bds West 
Warner, John, clerk, bds Dundas 
Wassen, Alexander, laborer 
Webster, John (Webster & Boycs) h Adelphi 
Webster, Robert, carriage painter, bds Adelphi 
Webster & Boyes (John Webster and Robert Boycs) carria-e and 

sleigh manufacturers, Dundns 
Wegends, Charles, cabinet maker, Dundas, h same 
Weir, Henry, assistant miller, Napanee Mills 
Welch, John, teamster 
Welcli, Michael, teamster 
Whitcoinb, M. C. auctioneer 
AVhite, T. innkeeper 
Wilkinson, W. H., Q. C, barrister, &c. 
Williams, A. C. clerk, H. Chamberliu 
WILLIAMS, WALTER S. barrister 
Willoughby, William, agent, II. Boyle, bds Thomas 
Wilson, George, geneml merchant, Dundas, h John 
Wdson, John, (S. B. Wilson & Co.) h Dundas 
Wilson, Samuel B. shoemaker 
Wilson, Thomas, shoemaker, with Lanphier 
Wilson, Uriah (S. B Wilson & Co.) h Dundas 
Wilson, S. B & Co. (S. B. Wilson, John Wilson, and Uriah Wilson) 

boot and shoe manufacturers, Dnndas 
Woodcock, James laborer 
Worthinglon, Robert, baker and confectioner 

YATES' HOTEL, Albert Yates, manager, Dnndas (see card, p. xy) 
York, David, cooper . . 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 

COUNTY OF FllONTENAC. 



BARRIEFIELD.— A Tillage situated on Point Frederick, opposite 
tlie city of Kingston, in the township of Pittsburg nnd cointv of 
Frontcuac, on the cast side of the mouth of the Cataraqu- rl'ver. 
It 13 connected with Kingston b> means of a bridge across the bay. 
Daily mail. Population about 200. 

Exford, Thomas, blacksmith 
Jacobs, Thomas, blacksmith 
Johnston, Jos. boot and shoemaker 



Allen, John, waggon maker 
Allen, Thomas, waggon maker 
Allen, William, farmer 
Anderson, William, carpenter 
Armsdcn, Thomas, laborer 
Beggs, Wm. J. Coat of Arms Inn 
Behva, Gabriel, cooper 
Brown, Uev. Edward 
Cross, Nicholas, carpenter 
Dawson, T. waggon maker 
Dick, Piobcrt, blacksmith 



Johnston, Robert, stonecutter 
Lacbapellc, Wm. boat builder 
Maybeny, Alc.x. blacksmith 
Patrick, Thoa. Crown and Sham- 
rock Inn 
Rccs, William, Pittsburg Inn 
Shannon, Jacob, carpenter 
Strachan, Maitin, saw mill 



BATTERSEA.— A post village situated in the township of Stor- 
rington and county of Frontenac. Distant from Kingston, the 
county seat, 15 miles; from Toronto, lilU miles; and from Mon- 
treal, ISO miles. Mail weekly. Population 200. 



Allport, D. dyer and scourer 
Anslcy, D. carpenter and builder 
Ansley, J. carpenter and builder 
BAKER, WM. tanner and currier 
Bates, T. carpenter and builder 
Bryant, Francis, blacksmith 
Chapman, W. carpenter, &c. 
DAVICE & HOPPIN, saw mill 

proprietors 
Demerest, Miss J. school teacher 
Jardin, John, tailor 
Linn, D. mason and plasterer 
Liuter, John, painter, carriage and 

waggon maker 



AIcFaul, A. blacksmith 
Simpson, Thomas, weaver 
SLEITH, SAMUEL, goner.il mer- 
chant 
Spring, Ilngh, clerk of council 
VANLUVeN, CORNELIUS, 
postmaster and woollen mill 
proprietor 
VANLUVEM, II., J.P., grocer, 

flour and grist mill proprietor 
VANLUNEN & ANGLIN, saw 
mill proprietors and lumber 
merchants 



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B!ELIi ROCK. — A post village situated on the Depot river, in the 
township of Portland, and county of Frontenac. It was first laid 
out in the year 18f>2, and is rapidly improving. Distant from 
Kingston 25 miles. Population 131. 



AmcU, Mr. boot and shoemaker 
Boyce, N. R. general merchant 
BliOWN, DANIEL, postmaster 
Brown, llcv. D. clergyman 
Clark, Andrew, lumber merchant 
Coffee, Mrs. A. hotel keeper 
Goodrich, CD fanning mill manu- 
facturer 
Piercy, John, blacksmith 
Pomeroy, V/m. lumber merchant 



Thurston, Austin, carpenter and 
cabinet maker 

Thurston, Jason, carpenter and 
cabinet maker • 

Wakeford, John, flour, feed and 
grain dealer 

Walker, E. fanning mill maker 

Walker, John, carpenter and fan- 
ning mill maker 

White, llev. G. S. clergyman 



BIRMINGHAM.— A post office in the township of Pittsburg and 

county of prontenac. 

Mrs. E. Birmingham, poBtmistrcss. 



BREWER'S MILLS. — A small village situated on the Rideau 

Canal, and on the Kingston and Phillpsvil'eac Madamized road, in 
the township of Pittsburg and county of Prontcnac. Distant from 
Kingston Iti miles, and from Gananoque 12 miles. Daily mail. 
Population about 100. 



ANGLIN, ROBERT, sen. J.P. 

and ))0stniastcr 
ANGLIN, ROBERT, jun. gen- 

er.il merchant 
Campbell, Hugh, clerk, division 

court 
C,",mpbel!, V. E. cordwood dealer 
Chambers, Rev. Mr. 
Dawson, Samuel, carpenter 



Dean, Patrick, cordwdod dealer 
Foster, J. flour and grist mill prop 
McCnrrcy, Barnard, hotel keeper 
McDonald, Rev. Mr. (R.C.) 
McMinn, Samuel, cordwood dealer 
McReevor, F. & Sons, blacksmith* 
Middlebrook, Whiting & Wood, 

saw mill proprietors 
Thompson, Rev. James 



CLOYNE. — A post village in the township of Earrie and county 
ot Frontenac. Tiie village contains one store, hotel, an edge tool 
factorv, tin shop, and a good school. Distant from Kingston, the 
county scat, CO miles. Mails tri-weekly. 



COVNTY OP FKONTENAC. 



Allan, Joseph, boot and shoemaker 

Benny, Joseph, weaver 

Benny, W. farmer 

CLARK, BIBINS, postmaster and 
general merchant 

Clark, E. notary, agricultural im- 
plement and edge tool maker. 

Clark, John, farmer 

Clark, M. jeweller and watchmaker 

Cloync House, I. StaflTord, prop 

Cole, Oris, physician 

Cowan, A. marble worker 

Dempsey, W. farmer 

Deighton, W. farmer 

Gordinier, J. carpenter and builder 

Granis, Henry, J.P. 

Granis, Henry, mason & plasterer 



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Lees, Joseph, boot and shoemaker 
Manuel, E. blacksmith 
Mathews, John, J.P. 
McCameron, G. flour and feed 

dealer 
McMillan, D. carpenter & builder 
Meeks, Deniiison, cooper 
AIount;>ny, Gilbert, broom maker 
O'Brkn, Jas. livery stable keeper 
Pearson, J. carpenter and builder 
Perry, E. real estate agent 
Quackenbush, N. school teacher 
Roy, James, J.P. 
Staftbrd, Isaac, prop Cloyne House 
Sulhns, Il'y, tin and coppersmith 
\V hiKord, C. painter and cabinet 
maker 



COLLINSBY.-A post village situated on Collins' Bay, an inlet of 

uLc'^r^r'S T \'Tf^^P "f ^-'"^^on and co/nty of Fron- 
tenac. The Grand frunk Railway passes through the vill1,r,e The 
post oflice was established on the 10th October, 1854. 'ne^illn.' 
contams one store, a ^^ry good hotel, a flouring mill, established ?n 
18.1 by Anthony McGu.n, sen., containing three run of stone witk 
a oapacty of gnndnig 300 bushels a day ; a carding mill, wHh two 
Ir M rTA""'\"?''.,'' "^""'"S "'ill- There is hire a Primitive 
—Rev. William Bee, minister. """an. 



Baker, William, blacksmith 
Cooke, James, school teacher 
HERKIMER, LAURENCE, post- 
master and general merchant 



mills, and carding and fulling- 
mills ° 
MILO, FRANCIS C. prop Col- 
linsbv House 



.-"""„. 6^'"="" ""^™'«nc linsijv House 

M^mN!!;'SJi^^-;!^;>S^'^AviD j. g.. .„, 

hnsby flouring, grist and saw |Sheans, Jas. station master, 6.T.R. 



DENISTON.— A post village in the township of Ilinehinbrooke 
county 0/ Frontenac. It has two churches, and there nve five com! 
mon schools in the township. Distant from Kingston, 27 8:T» 
Population about (iO. "C-ie*. 



176 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Uartrim, VTm. blacksmith 
Carroll, John, snw mill 
Giles, John, builder 
Godfrey, C. II., J. P. 
Goodfellow, John, hotel Icceper 
Goodfellow, James, hotel keeper 
GRANT, T. A. postmaster and 

general merchant 
Gregory, Thomas, shoemaker 
Hatch, Mr. saw mill 
Kcaney, M. builder 



Killius, John, J.P. 
Kitrow, George, blacksmith 
Mnhar, John, builder, waggon ma- 
ker and hotel keeper 
Scott, Rev. D. Prim. Methodist 
Spike, James, J. P. crown land 

agent and saw mill owner 
White, Rev. G. Episc. Methodist 
WILSON, J. J. postmaster and 

general merchant 
M'olf, John, saw mill 



ELGINBURG.— A post village 
ton and county of Frontcnac. 
Population about 100. 

Ash, Donham, gunsmith 

Bagly, John, grocer 

BATKS, PETER, postmaster, boot 

and shoemaker 
Brewer, Philip, saw mill owner 
Grigsby, James, grocer 
Jackson, William, blacksmith and 

waggon maker 
Kntxpp, Peter, J.P. 



situated in the township of Kings- 
Distaut from Kingston 8 miles. 

Meech.am, Eli, mason and plasterer 
Pope, John, bbcUsmith and ivag- 

gou maker 
Provost, Francis, coo])er 
Purdy, Marshall, tanner, saddle 

and harness maker 
Slavin, Michael, tailor • 
Stagg, John W. weaver 
Swain, John, carpenter 



FERMOY. — A post village situated in the township of Bedford 
and county of Froutenac. The township contains three churcbe.<i, 
eight common schools, and one separate Catholic school. The post 
olfice is distant from Kingston, the county town, 50 miles. Popu- 
lation of township 109. 



Andrews, Stephen, saw mill pro- 
prietor 

Ash, Miss, school teacher 

Asscltine, Thomas, carpenter 

Asseltinc, Wm. saw mill proprietor 

Atcheson, James, J.P. 

Biibcock, Jas. saw mill proprietor 

Barr, George, J.P. 

Hotting, Benjamin, assistant post- 
master 

BOXTING, EDWARD, J.P. and 
postmaster 

Chaffey, John & Co. flour, grist 
and saw mill proprietors 



Edmonds, Caleb, flour and grist 

mill proprietor 
rienstredge, Joseph, school teacher 
Linio, Joseph, blacksmith 
McIIale, John, hotel proprietor 
Taggart, Joseph M., J.P. 
Taggart, Miss, school teacher 
Weston, Hunt & Co. saw mill pro- 
prietors 
Wright, John C. carpenter and 

builder 
Young, James, saw mill proprie- 
tor 



COUNIY OF FHONTENAC, ,77 

employ five hundred men as folio .^ fno' ' ".",'"'?' "™ 

department; 100 men in the shin var'^r 9? ■'" '"= '"'"''" 

Bhops; m various other occunatona 7^1 nn" '" he machine 

of the island is about 750 It 1,„ n i '• J'',' '"'"' P^Pul^'ion 
attendance of 58 pupils under t. , '"S^ school with an average 
services are hcld'^ev'i l' Sal bat n '*^' ^ Church 

ministers of the sfv,'r?I i ^ •'"'"°' '" ""= ^"^''"ol house, by 

tugboats! twinr^Lrr'th'r-r '"'" '"""' "'•'" '-- '- 

port of which the Gornmen ^Us twrXu^^rj'?,!''^ '"'■ 
annum. There are also three stnZ, ' '""^ . "."'""^''"J, fiol'irs per 
and a ,mperauce lodg^ "Mri^rV^Sj^lj; ^^^^^^^ . 

Johnson, William, foreman, fioish- 
mg shop, Calvin & Greek 

Ivelly, Capt. James, master, ba'-k 
Ijoiiflon 

MAI.ONE, ANTHONY, account- 
ant, Calvm & Breek 

Roney Ucniy, foreman, ahip-yard 
Calvin & Breek ' 

Short, Capt. James, master, lavra 
■t, Cci/oin 

Spencer, Capt. Lewis, master 
schooner Ufayelte Cook 

Wood, Joseph, foreman black- 
smith, Calvin & Breek 



Aldrich, Alpheus A. foreman, raft- 
ing department, Calvin & Breek 

Booth, Capt. Edward, master of 
ship Marion Z. Breek 

Booth, Capt. Samuel, master of 
ship Oriental 

CALVIN & BRECK (D. D. Cal- 
vm and Ira A Breek) lumber 
merchants and proprietors Go- 
vernment Tug Line 

Di.v, Joseph, foreman, sail loft, 

Calvin & Breek 
Charles, J. F. superintendent of 
stores, Calvin & Breek 



^S?o^^F^!;^u7c:^ '°'' "'-' '" "'^ ^--'-'^ °^ ^^'"SSton, and 
D. J. Waggoner, postmaster. 



''Sy^'om^.t-t.''''^' """^^ '" '"« '°^-^'P °f ^-e^'o" and 
Robert Gibson, postmaster 



''t^^ol'^l-^ ^"' ^'"^^^ '" "^= '--'"P °f ^«- -d county 
A. Hawley Stcveus, postmaster 



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173 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



HARROWSMITH.— A small 
Portlnntl, county of Frouteunc. 
Populntion, 138. 

Ash, Rev. J. C. 

Baker, Ira, cabinetmaker, uphol- 
sterer, and laniung-mill manu- 
facturer 

Barns, A. N 
maker 

Charlton, J. saw-mill owner 

Clark, Lester, carri.ige and waggon 
maker 

Clark, Warren, carriage and wag- 
gon maker 

Commercial Hotel, Chs. B. Hart, 
proprietor 

Decks, W. A. blacksmith 

Eastnn, William, cooper 

Ferris, D. boot and sliocmaker 

Hamilton, A. builder 

Harbeck, Mrs. milliner and dress- 
maker 

Harbeck, H. blacksmith 

Hart, Charles B. proprietor Com- 
mercial Hotel and livery stable 

Ilerchimer, J. saw-mill owner 

Ucrchimer, U. A. general merch't 



post village in the township of 
Distant from Kingston, 16 miles. 

Kemp, Mrs. L. bonnet maker 

La Hep, T. watchmaker & jeweller 

La Hep, Mrs. milliner and dress- 
maker 

Martin, J. general store 

Parkin, Richard, clothier and mer- 
chant tailor 

Phillips, A J. & Co. carriage and 
waggon makers 

Russell, W. blacksmith 

Sliibley, Edwin, J. P. 

Spike, A. blacksmith 

Spike, Moses, J. P. 

STEWART, SAMUEL, J. P. post- 
master, general merchant, and 
clerk lOtli Division Court 

Storms, Calvin, cabinetmaker and 
carpenter 

Taylor, Rev. Richard 

Townsend, John, real estate agent 

Turcott, J. tailor 

\ au Winckle, E. boot & shoemaker 

Wartman, Charles, tanner 

Wood, Rev. Henry 



HOWE ISLAND.— A post 6ffice in the township of Pittsburgh 

and county of Fronteuac. 

R. Urquhart, postmaster 



INVERAR Y. — A post village situated in the township of Storring- 
ton and county ol Frontenac. Distant from Kingston, the county 
seat, 11 miles. Population of township, 2,894, by the last census. 



Brewer, John, J. P. saw mill pro- 
prietor 

Campbell, Samuel, J. P. 

Chambers, Rev. Thomas O. Pres- 
byterian 

Day, Lewis E. hotel proprietor 



Deacon, Francis, blacksmith 
Edwards, John, boot & shoemaker 
Graham, Rev. W. H. Methodist 

Episeojial 
Hughson, George, farmer 
Huiiigan, John, boot & shoemaker 



COUNTY OP FnoNTENAC. 



Hurly. Edward, blacksmith 
Kniffen, Thomas, carriage and 

waggonmaker 
Lake, William, J. p. 
Lyon, Edwin E. school teacher 
Lyon, Phdander, school teacher 
Osborne, Robert, farmer 



179 

master township treasurer, and 

general merchant 
Scott, William, tailor 
Snook, Martin, hotel proprietor 
^pring, Hugh, township clerk 
lophfte, Jas boot and shoemaker 
\ anluven, Henry, flour m,I! pro- 

prietor "^ 

Walker, David James, J. p. 



Distant from Kingston, tecomt! se^^r! '"""'?' °^ Frontenac. 
184 miles. Population aboutlOO ' "" "' ""'' ''"""' ^^^"trea], 

'S^f^SSpCl:-:? tetr^ "^f- "'"^^eper 
land surveyor ^ ""' | l;,''^^y°''^A ^^ ''"'■""• '^'•■'eksmith 

saddle and liarness 



land surveyo. 
Cunningham, Francis, boot and 

Bnoemaker 
Dean, Joseph, innkeeper 
Donoghue, Matthew, farmer 
Donoghue, Timothy, farmer 



Malloy, G. 

niaker 
Robinson, William, 

canal tolls 
Wilson, Henry, & Bro. inn- 

ieepcrs 



collector of 



"■S^oFsy^^n^Krh^- ^"';^^' =^'"-^' ■■- ">e 

county of Frontenac IH,!^ '""'"^'"P «f the same name, and 
beautfful scener'Ts' w ell worlvTr^f '^'rV"' «"'' ^^' "» 
during thesumnrermomis A 1; ' J„ °" "^ P'''"^"« ^^^^^"^ 

CHOWN, LEWIS, hardware mer. 
chant 

Coppinger, Tiiomas, tailor 
CREIGHTON, ROBERT J p 
general merchant ' ' ' 

Davy, Adam, carpenter 



Amey, Nicholas, J. P. 

AJIEY&HAWLEY, saddle and 
harness makers 

ASH, DR. physician and surgeon 
JJarret, Jesse, grocer 
Blake, John, farmer 
Blake Mercy, milliner and dress 
maker 

"'ScS^^™^' ^-■^''"^-^'^'•'-er. ca'rpenter 

I Dawson, John, tailor 



I 



IBO 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



DUNLOP, NEIL, M.D. physician 

and surgeon 

Edgar, Rev. James, Primitive Me- 
thodist 

EMPEY & GKINNELL, hotel 
. keepers 

Filliou, E. N. painter, glazier and 
paper-hanger 

Gordon, Billings, blacTcsmith 

Gouge, Madame, milliner & dress- 
maker 

Granncs, Sillick, carder 

Ilaight, David blacksmith 

Harrigan, Michael, shoemaker 

Ilayden, John, laborer 

IIAYDEN, MICHAEL, general 
merchant and potash manufac- 
turer 

Ilealy, James, blacksmith 

Jacquith, Benj. waggon maker 

Kelly, Brian, laborer 

KENNEDY, PHILIP, general 
merchant 

LAHEY, JAMES, J. P. general 
merchant 

LESLIE, JOHN, hotel keeper 

Lockhart, John, shoemaker 

MACE, WILLIAM, J. P. distil- 
ler, grist and sawmill proprietor, 
township councillor 

MADDEN, D. II. cutter, sleigh, 
and cabinet manufacturer 



MADDEN, HUGH, postmaster, 

general merchant, and potash 

manufacturer 
McGUIRE, S. O. provincial laud 

surveyor 
McLoughlin, James, watchmaker 
NICHOLS, JOSEPH, general 

merchant 
Ockley, George, tavcrnkeeper ' 
O'Linn, Hugh, shoemaker 
O'Shea, Jeremiah, school teacher 
Ruttan, David, carpenter 
Slea™), Mrs. grocer 
Suddard John, cooper 
Switzer, John, tavcrnkeeper 
SYDENHAM HOTEL, John 

Leslie, proprietor 
Tocquc, Rev. Philip, Church of' 

England 
UNION HOTEL, Empey & Grin- 

nel, proprietors 
UPIIAM, EDWARD, general 

merchant, and clerk of division 

court 
Vallier, Daniel, carpenter 
Verct, Baptiste, stage driver 
Waters, B. turner 
Waters, Wallace, grocer 
Williams, Cornelius, waggonmaker 
Wood, James, J. P. 
WOOD & McCONNELL, tanners 



MOUNTAIN GROVE.— A post office in the township of Oldeu, 
and county of Frontcnac. 

E. L. Godfrey, postmaster 



MURVALE. — A post village in the township of Portland, county 
of Frontcnac, and situated on Mud Creek. Distant from Kingston, 
the county seat, 12 miles; from Toronto, 180 miles; and from 
Montreal, 185 miles. Poi)ulation about 200. 



COUNTY Ol- FRONTEHAC. 



181 



Alton, George, plasterer 

Ash, Rev. John C. Wesleyan M. 

Bertram, Joseph, boot and shoe- 
maker 

Clark, J. farmer 

Collins, Rev. Joseph, Presbyterian 

Cook, William, tailor 

DAVEY MICHAEL, postmaster 

and general merchant 
Davey, Sidney W. boot and shoe- 
maker * 
Davis, Isaac, farmer 
Derbyshire, B. furniture dealer 
Emery, Andrew, hot^l proprietor 
Ferguson, David, sen. farmer 
Ferguson, David, jun. farmer 
Ferguson, George, farmer 
Guess, Fargues, farmer 
Hamilton, Robert, weaver 
Horning, Jacob, farmer 
Irvin, David, farmer 
Lake, William, sen. farmer 
Lake, William, jun. carpenter and 

builder 
Lee, Lesley, farmer 
Mahon, Michael, farmer 
Martin, John, blacksmith 
McArthur, Charles, farmer 



McKim, II. II., J. P., (anncr and 
and currier 

McKim, Nelson, school teacher 

Murton, James, sen., J. P. 

Murton, James, jun. farmer 

Murton, John, saw miil propvieter 

Peters, Hugli, farmer 

Purdy, M. iarmer 

Rodden, Jacob, farmer 

Rogei 3, Jos. boot and shoemaker 

Saul, David, mason 

Saul, John, plasterer 

Saul, Laudric, mason 

Saul, Thomas, mason 

Shibley, John, J.P. 

Shiblcy, Schuyler, J.P. 

Smith, William, farmer 

Statferd, William, blacksmith 

Taggart, Hugh, weaver 

Taggnrt, Jolm, farmer 

Taggart, William, carpenter and 

builder . 
Toben, Edward, blacksmith 
Vanluven, A. P. farmer 
Vanluven, C, J.P. 
Vanluven, Jlichael, saddle and 

harness maker 
Vroman, William, farmer 



PARHAM.— A small post village, situated in the township of 
Hinclnnbrooke, and county of Frontcnac. Population about 50. 



Bartrim, Alexander, cabinet maker 

and furniture dealer 
Bartrim, Willicm, blacksmith 
GRANT, TIIOS. A. postmaster 
Hatch, Henry & (Jo. lumber mer- 
chants and saw mill proprietors 
Lee, John, boot and shoemaker 
Mahar, John, waggon maker and 
hotel proprietor 



Parks, Rev. Mr. 

Stone, Alexander W. saloon keeper 

Vanolstine, John, carpenter and 

builder 
Vanolstine, Mrs. milliner and dress 

maker 
Warner, Grant & Co. booksellers, 

stationers, and generalmerchants 






182 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



PETWORTH. — A post office in the township of Portland, irnd 

county of I'routenac. 

E. L. Carscallen, postmaster 



PITTS FERRY. — A post office in the township of Kingston, and 

county of I'rontenac. 

Daniel Root, postmaster. a 



PORTSMOUTH. — An incorporated -village in the township of 
Kingston, and county of Frontcnac, two miles from Kingston. The 
village was incorporated in 1858, and now contains a population of 
1500. Portsmouth is situated on a deep hay or arm of Lake Onta- 
rio. Tlic Harbour is protected by a breakwater 400 feet in length. 
The breakivater was erected, in 18-10, by Messrs. Dickinson & 
Gilmonr, and was rebuilt in ISCiO, by the council of the village, at 
a cost of ¥4000. Tliis village is noted for its shipbuilding yards — 
and many of the. Iniest vessels on the lakes have been turned out 
here — besides a marine railway for hauling out vessels for repairs. 
Tlicrc are now on the stocks in course of completion four large first 
class ships, for the English market, of one thousand tons burthen 
each. The vessels are being built by Edward Berry & Co., who 
are about laying down the keels of two more of equal dimensions. 
This eminent firm dospatclied two vessels from their yards to Eng- 
land last fall. The village council are about erecting stone buildings 
for the use of the corporation, to cost, when completed, $2000. 
The building will contain a town h.all, fire-engine house, armoury, 
and miigaynie for the vcUnitcer rille company, clerk's office, and a 
lock-up. There is a well drilled and tdicicut rille company 
eommnnded by Captain J. P. Litchfield ; John Craig, Lieutenant ; 
Robert Newton, Ensign. 

The Provincial Penitentiary, and the Roekwood Lunatic Asylum arc 
located here. The village contains three churches, viz. : Church of 
England, Rev. F. W. Dobbs, minister ; the Church was erected in 
ISM, of stone, and will seat five hundred persons. The Presby- 
terians are about erecting a stone church ; at present they occupy 
the Temperance Hall, which has been fitted up for their accommo- 
dation ; Rev. John Mowat, minister. The Wesleyan Methodist 
Church was built of stone, in 18.")1 ; it will .accommodate six hun- 
dred persons. The B. A. O. G, T. have a lodge, organized in 18G0, 
which numbers seventy members ; the lodge meets in its own hall 
every Monday evening : John JMudie, W. C, John Craig, P.W.C, 



t 



COUNTY OF VHONTENAC. 



18.'5 



Henry Schrccder, Secretary. There are four scliools here, two 
Common, one Roman Catholic, and a piivate school ; in 18G-1, on 
account of schools, the village expended $728 I 'I ; and the ave- 
rage attendance at the two common scliools was 107 pupils. Poris- 
mouth contains fifteen stores, two ship-yards, a marine railway, one 
tannery, a large brewery (carried on by James Fisher), and one' 
carriage factory. Mails from Kingston are received and dispafchcd 
twice a day. The post office was established in ISTiG, and George 
McLeod, Esq., appointed postmaster, who still continues the 
official. 
Members of the Corporation : — William MuJic, Reeve ; Thomas 
McCammon, James Fisher, Thomas Mtt^arthy. David Forbes, 
councillors ; John Craig, clerk ; John Craig, Edward Beauprd, 
assessors ; 'George McLood, treasurer; James Schra;dcr, collector. 
Rev. Francis W. Dobbs, superintendent of schools. Trustees of 
common school — John Mooney, Robert Stewart, Thomas ('arter, 
Alexander Cameron, Thomas Nieliolson, and Thomas Walters. 
Trustees meet for business on the first Tuesday of every month, at 
h.alf-past seven o'clock, P. M. 



Abbey, Robert, mariner. Bay 
Abbott, William, laborer. Rear 
Acres, Charles, gentleman, Alwing- 

ton avenue 
Aitkins, William, guard, P. P., 

Centre 
Allen, Joseph A. gentleman, Al- 

wington House 
Arthurs, Robert, laborer, Front 
AUI^T, GEORGE N., ship-yard. 

Main 
/Baidon, Eli, market gardener. King 
' Bannister, Edward, keeper, P. P., 

Gardiner 
Baugh, Francis, ship carpenter, 

Richard 
Beauprfi, Edward, innkeeper and 

grocer. Main 
Beaupr6, Isaiah, ship carpenter, 
• King 
Beaupre, Peter, ship carpenter. 

King 
BERRY, EDWARD, ship builder, 

Main 
BERRY, E. & Co. ship builders, 

forwarders, &c. Main 



Blacklock, Alexander, engineer 
Bollard, Richard, guard, Roekwood 

Asylum 
Bostridge, Thomas, guard, P. P. 

Front 
Brash, Robert, blacksmith. Main 
Brooks, Andrew, innkeeper, Front 
Brown, Jacob V. R. foreman tan- 
ner. Main 
Burgess, J.amcs, guard, Roekwood 

Asylum 
Burgess, John, keeper, Roekwood 

• Asylum 
Cameron, Alexander, builder and 

contractor 
CARRUTHERS, JOHN (John 

Carruthers & Co.) h Kingston 
CARRUTHERS, JOHN & Co. 

(John Carruthers and Alexander 

Guun) tanners. Main 
Carter, Thomas, guard, P. P. Front 
Cartwright, Richard J., M.P.P. 
Claxton, Robert, blacksmith 
CRAIG, JOHN, clerk, council, 

and accountant, Main 



184 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. 



1S5 



Cran-ford, William, guard, V. P., 

Union 
Deariiij, James, laborer, John 
Da^-is, Thomas, mariner. Main 
Derry, William, blacksmith 
Dillon, Jeremiah, clsrk, E. BciTy 

. & Co. 
DOBBS, REV. F. W. Church of 

England, King 
DKENNAN, SAMUEL T. con- 
tractor, cabinet work, P. P. li 
Kingston 
Dunlop, Hohcrt, guard, P. P. Main 
Elliott, William, innkeeper. Front 
En-art, William, tanner 
Finn, Michael, plasterer. Union 
Finn, William, innkeeper, Union 
FISHER, JAMES, proprietor, 
Portsmoutli Brewery (see card, 
p. 18C) 
Fisher, Joseph, brewer, Portsmouth 

Brewery * 
FitzGerald, Garrett, tanner. King 
FitzSimmnns, James, guard, P. P. 

Bay 
Forbes, David, grocer. Union 
Franks, Henry, guard, Roekwood 

Asylum 
Eraser, Kenneth, maltster, Ports- 
mouth Brewery 
Funnell, Jesse, tailor. Front 
Gaskin, Robert, keeper, Rockwood 

Asylum 
Graham, William, ship carpenter. 

Front 
Grant, Wm. E. shoemaker. Union 
Gribbon, John, laborer, John 
Groves, John, guard, P. P. John 
GUNN, ALEXANDER (John 

Carruthcrs & Co.) h Kingston 
Hanagan, Owen, tanner 
Hartnctt, Timothy, guard, Rock- 
wood Asylum 
Hatch, William, guard, P. P. 

Gardiner 
Holland, Richard, guard, P. P. 
Front 



Hooper, John, gentleman. Rear 

Howard, Richard, ship carpenter, 
Richard 

Howard, Thomas, ship carpenter, 
Richard 

Johniton, Thomas, guard, P. P. 
Main 

Kearns, Robert, blacksmith, Front 

Kelly, James, drayman, Ports- 
mouth Brewery 

Kennedy, John, maltster, Ports- 
moutK Brewery 

Kennedy, William, teamster 

Lauder, John, keeper, Rockwood 
Asylum 

Lewis, Rt. Rev. John Travers, i 
Lord Bishop of Ontario, Calder- 
wood_Hquse. 

Litchfield, John P. medical super- 
iutendant, Rockwood Asylum 

Low, Samuel, shoemaker. Main 

McCammon, Thomas, baker, JIain 

.McCarthy, James, Main 

McCarthy, Thomas, keeper. Pro- 
vincial Penitentiary, Front 

McCarthy, Thomas, grocer 

McDonald, Archibald R. clerk, 
Provincial Penitentiary 

McDonald, Donald yEneas, war- 
den Provincial Penitentiary 

Mclntyve, Mrs. (widow) Main 

McLEOD, GEORGE, J. P. and 
postmaster. Main 

McManns, Hugh, laborer, Union 

McManus, Hngh, laborer. King 

McNulty, William J. laborer, Gar- 
diner 

McWatcrs, Alcx'r. Portsmouth 
Brewery 

MncConachy, Archibald, keeper, 
Rockwood Asylum 

Macdonell, John, M. D. Front 

MACDONALD, HON. JOHN A. ,, , 
Attorney General West, King ''• 

Maclhvain, Frauds, guard, Rock- 
wood .\sylura 



i 



> 



Macneill, Charles, guard, Rock- 
wood Asylum 

Marks, John, denier in groceries 
and liquors 

Marks, John, grocer and inn- 
keeper. Main 

Marsh, George, grocer 

Martin, Richard, butcher. Main 

Massie, David, guard, Rockwood 
Asylum 

Mills, George, tanner 

Mills, James, carpenter 

Mills, John, school teacher, Main 

Mooney, John, foreman, Provin- 
cial Penitentiary. Centre 

Morrough, Joseph, tanner 

Mudie, William, builder and con- 
tractor, Front 

Mulligan, James, tanner 

Murray, Samuel G. deputy war- 
den, Provincial Penitentiary 

Newman, George, laborer 

Newton, Robert, engineer, Maiu 

Nicholson, Thos. ship carpenter, 
Richard 

Nicholson, John, ship-carpenter, 
Richard 

O'Brien, Denis, village constable. 
Front 

O'Dounell, Thomas, guard, P. P. 

O'Neil, Richard, keeper Rockwood 
Asylum 

Polston, James, laborer 

Porter, Andrew, laborer 

Powers, Michael, guard, P. P. 
Front 

Priestly, Robert, guard, P. P. 

Pugh, John, foreman, P. P. Centre 

Pagh, William, laborer. Centre 

Quiun, Patrick, innkeeper. Main 

RamsdcD, George, carriage maker. 
Front 

Ramsey,Thoma3, gentleman. Front 



Redmond, Patrick, keeper, Rock- 
wood Asylum, Front 
Regan, John, guard, Rockwood 

Asylum 
Richardson, John, keeper, P. P. 

Front 
Ritchie, James, tanner 
Robinson, Robert, foreman, ship- 
yard. Front 
Rogers. James, tanner 
Scanian, John, keeper, Rockwood 

Asylum, Alwington avenue 
Scanian, Patrick, guard, Rockwood 

Asylum 
SchrocJer, James, sausage maker. 

Front 
Scott, Martin, keeper, Rockwood 

Asylum, Front 
Sexton, George, coroner. Front 
SMITH, ALEXANDER, general 

merchant, Maiu 
Smitli, Thomas, guard, Rockwood 

Asylum 
Smith, Thomas, jun. guard, P. P. 

Front 
Spence, Robert, engineer 
Stewart, Robert, blacksmtth, Maia 
Sullivan, Edward, guard, Roek- 

Mood Asylum 
Swift, John, messenger, P. P. 
Tomlinson, John, grocer. King 
Tooher, Thomas, guard, Rockwood 

Asylum 
Walsii, Patrick, keeper, Rockwood 

Asylum 
Waters, John, guard, P. P. Main 
Waters, John, grocer 
Watt, John, pensioner, Centre 
Williamson, James, professor, 

Queeu's College 
Wilson. Andrew, mariner. Main 
Wishart, John, ship carpenter. 

Centre 
Woods, John, barber. Bear 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGKS, 



COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. 



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RAILTON. — A post oflice in the township of Loughhorough and 
county of Frontennc. 

John Walsh, postmaster 



SHARPTON. — A post olFice in tlie township of Kingston, and 
county of Frontennc. 

Robert N. Storms, postmaster 



VERONA. — A post village situated in the township of Portland 
and county of Frojitenac. Distant from Kingston, the county seat, 
22 miles. Population about 70. 



Abraham, William, tavernkeepcr, 
stave and shingle manufacturer 

Babcock, Abel, carpenter and 
builder 

Babcock, Nancy, milliner & dress- 
maker 

CLAPtKE, A. M. postmaster and 
lumber merchant 

Craig, William, tnTcrnkeeper, cab- 
inet-maker and furniture dealer 

Embury, James, blacksmith 

Grant, Alexander, cooper 



Ilicks, Joshua, grocer leather 
dealer and tanner 

Hicks, Mrs. iMary Ann, cap man- 
ufacturer 

Miller, Wm. boot and shoemaker 

Peters, J. J. B. blacksmith 

Taylor, Ucnry, physician 

Warner, Charles, dry goods dealer 

White, Rev. Mr. Methodist Epis- 
copal 

WRIGUT, CHARLES, assistant 
postmaster 



WATERLOO-KINGSTON.— A post village in the township of 
Kingston, on the line ol the Grand Trunk Railway, three miles from 
Kinf;ston, the county town. The post office was established in 
1851), and Joseph Northmore, the present official, was then npjioint- 
cd postmaster. The village was settled by John Ferris, Dr. Yco- 
nians, James W. Brown, aud Samuel Ryder. It contains three 
Btores, one fanning-mill factory, one common school (under the 
charge of Alexander Muns'e,) and a private school, conducted by 
Miss M. Purdy. It has also two churches, viz., a Wesleyan i\Ie- 
thodist, built in 1824, of stone — Rev. E. Ward, minister ; and the 
Society of -Friends have a frame meeting-house. The Seventh 
Division Court is held here : P. McKim, clerk, and Edward Cook, 
bailiff. Mails daily. Population 200. 



BEAMISH, WILLIAM, M. D. 

physician and surgeon 

Brown, James W., J. P. 

BROWN, MARSHALL J., M.D. 
physician and surgeon 

Bryan, Robert, carpenter & joiner 

Carr, William, laborer 

Daly, Mrs. Mercy 

DAY, LEWIS JOHNSON, J. P. 
manufacturer of brick, tiles, Sec. 

Ely, Samuel, tailor 

Ely, William, brickmaker 

FERRIS, NEIL, J. P. gentleman 

Fisk, Geo. H. retired 

GORDON, WILLIAM, proprie- 
tor Waterloo Hotel 

GRASS, LEWIS, blacksmith and 
manufacturer of agricultural im- 
plements 

Hennessy, Mrs. Farmers Rest 
Hotel 

Heney, Mrs. Cath. tavernkeepcr 

Holcroft, Harry, accountant 

Kendall, William, butcher 

McCarthy, UORACE, propri- 
etor Union House 

McGarvey, Francis, laborer 

McKIM, PETER, J. P. general 
dealer in dry goods, groceries, 
&c., and clerk of the 7 th Divi- 
sion Court 



Michael, Osmond & Albert, farm- 
ers and g.ardeuers 

Munsic, Alexander, teacher 

Nichol, Mr. superintendent Ca- 
taraqui Cemetery 

NORTHMORE, JOSEPH, baker, 
grocer, postmaster, and coroner 

Purdy, David, township treasurer 
. and cariiage maker 

Riley, Alfred, proprietor; Black 
Horse Iim 

Riley, Frederick, butcher 

Rilov, Frederick, faruier 

RILEY, GEORGE, general mer- 
chant 

Robinson, George, laborer 

Simpson, John, farmer 

SPAIIHAM, GEORGE, M.D., 
physician and surgeon 

Stewart, John, shoemaker 

Truesdale, John, butcher 

WALKER GEORGE, manufac- 
turer of fanning mills, pumps, 
straw cutters, &c. 

Ward, Rev. E. A. Wesleyan Me- 
thodist 

Ward, William, laborer 

Wienecke, Charles, tailor 

Woodhouse, Robert, gardener 



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TOWNS AND TILLAGES, 



COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. 



169 



WESTBROOK.— A post village, situated on Collins Creek, in the 
township of Kingston, and county of Frontenac. Distant from 
Kingston, the county seat, 7 miles; from Toronto, ISO miles; 
from Ilnniilton, 220 miles; from Montreal, 200 miles; and from 
Quebec, -100 miles. Population about 200. 



Adzil, "W., farmer 

Albcrtson, 11. farmer 

Allen, Lewis, school teacher 

Bell, A. farmer 

Benjamin, E. farmer 

Bridge, .\ndrcw, cooper 

Brown, T liomas, carpenter, builder 
and farmer 

CLAUK, BENJAMIN, post mas- 
tei", grocer, and broom manufac- 
turer 

David, Irn, farmer 

DeWitt, L. farmer 

Faruic, Denis, weaver 

Field, llcv. U. II. Wcslcyan Me- 
thodist 

Garduicr, W. farmer 

Gates, John, farmer 

Gates, William, farmer 

Grass, D. E. farmer 

natch, II. farmer 

lloward, llev. Mr. Wesleynn Me- 
thodist 

Iloward, 11. farmer 

Hyland, WilUr.m, farmer 

Leoman, Allen, carjicnter and 
builder 

Leonard, Hiram, blacksmith 

Leonard, John, farmer 

Leonard, N. J. music teacher 

Leonard, II. & N. J. agricultural 
implements and carriage makers 

McCorniick, William, farmer 



McEwcn, William, plasterer 

McGuire, D. farmer 

McKim, Miles, farmer 

Marshall, William, J. P. and farmer 

Morlcy, William, farmer 

Newland, George Si Sons, masons 

Powley, H. R. boot and shoemaker 

Powley, Matthew, blacksmith 

Rockwall, Albert, school teacher 

Rose, Mrs. weaver 

Rose, Dan R. photographic artist 

Rose, R. farmer 

Scott, Alexander, weaver 

Shannon, J. farmer 

Smith, Darius, furniture dealer 
and farmer 

Smith, Iliram, J.P. and farmer 

Smith, James, farmer . 

Smith, Nelson, carpenter and 
builder 

Sprout, James, saw mill and hotel 

• proprietor, and farmer 

Sproul, Joseph, farmer 

Starr, Rev. J. H. Wesleyan Me- 
thodist 

Sutherland, Miss, teacher of piano 
forte 

Thompson, Geo. furniture dealer 

Wallace, Hugh, weaver 

Wright, Daniel, blacksmith and 
farmer 

Wright, J. farmer 



WILMUR- — A post village, situated in the township of Loughbo- 
rough and county of Frontenac. Distant from Kingston, the county 
town, 18 miles. Population, about 50. 



<& 



Clough, William, boot and shoe- 
maker 
Corkill, Thomas, tailor 
FREEMAN, PETER, post master 
Freeman, Thomas, J.P. 



Guthrej', Walter, architect and 
builder 

Guthrey, William, architect, cabi- 
net maker, and furniture dealer 

Ilolden, Sylvester, J.P. 

Rousharne, Chris, blacksmith 



WOLFE ISLAND (P. O., Marysville).— A post village in 
the township of Wolfe Island, and tJie county of Frontenac, three 
miles from Kingston. It was first laid out, in IS^iO, by John and 
Oliver Hitchcock, and Thomas Davis. There was a post office 
established here in 1850 : Michael Baker was the first post master. 
George Malone is the p/csent official. The village contains four 
stores, two schools — one common and one separate ; two churches 
— the Church of England, erected in 181(i, of stone. Rev. Mr. 
Kirkpatrick, rector; and the Roman (Jatliolic, built in IBfiSof 
stone. Rev. Michael StuiTord, parish priest. Mails, daily ; by steam- 
boat, in summer, plying between Kingston and this place. Popu- 
lation, 200. 



Adams, Aaron, fisherman 
Allen, William R. retired 
BAKER, EDWD. (Baker & Son) 
BAKER, MICHL. (liakcr & Son) 
BAKER & SON (iMichael and Ed- 
ward Baker) general merchants 
Barrett George, farmer 
Bennett, Alva, retired 
Bennett, Philo, sailor 
Bennett, William, fisherman 
Card, Mrs. Mari.i, grocer 
Catniff, Daniel, waggon maker 
Cattanaeh, Donald, carriage 

builder 
Crawford, Ezra, sailor 
Crowney, Hugh, innkeeper 
Cuminiiiga, Michael, laborer 
Davis, Albert, hotel keeper 
Davis, Joseph, waggon maker 
Davis, Mrs. Chas. B. hotel keeper 
DAWSON, GEORGE (Dawson & 

Dawson) 
Dowson, John, sen. retired 
DAWSON, JOHN, prop Ferry 

DAWSON, THOMAS (Dawson 
& Dawson) 



DAWSON & DAWSON (Thomas 

and George Dawson) general 

merchants 
Dickson, John, ship carpenter 
Flynn, Michael, faru'cr 
Flyun, Miclmel, saloon 
Gloud, Joseph, laborer 
Home, Captain V/illiam 
JoUiffe, Captain Frederick 
KERTLAND, EDWAitD, M.D. 

j)hybician 
King, Patrick, corpent;;r 
Laloud, Alfred, blacksmith 
Lalond, Frauds, blacksmith 
McCormick, John, sailor 
McDonald, Alex, sailor 
McDouull, Duncan 11. prop Tia- 

ellers' Rest 
McEvoy, Patrick, blacksmith 
Malone, George, postmaster 
O'Brien, Lawrence, sailor 
Ueveir, Samuel, laborer 
Rousscaux, Edward, blacksmith 
Sandison, II. L. tailor 
Swectman, Henry, saloon keeper 
Vaile, Theophilus, laborer 
Wills, Mrs. T. C. grocer 



TOWNS, AND VILLAGES. 

COUNTY OF LENNOX & ADDINGTON. 



ADOLPHUSTOWN.— A post village in the township of Adoi- 
phiistown, nnd county of Lenox, situated in the liny of Quintt', 20 
miles from Napiinec, the county town. The locality -was first settled 
in 17S0, by Joseph Allen, Thomas Borland, and Captaim Paul 
Trumpour, U. E. Loyalists. The villa^^e plot was first surveyed for 
the Govermiicnt, by Surveyor-General Ilolland, in 1800. Subse- 
quently, R new survey was made by Publius V. Elmore, about the 
year 1825. The population of the township now reaches about 
800. A post otliee was established in I81G, the first official being 
James Watson ; the present postmaster is J. J. Watson. There 
are two Churches : the Church of England, erected of frame, at 
a cost of fifteen hundred dollars, and capable of seating 200 
persons. Rev. R. llardinge, incumbent ; and the Wesleyan Metho- 
dist Church, built of frame, nt a cost of twelve hundred dollars, will 
accommodate 2.'iU persons. Rev. Messrs. J. W. German and Moses 
Johnston, ministcra. Mails daily. 



Chalmers, Cnpt. James, proprietor 

of schooner Alma 
Hart, James, waggonmalccr 
Johnston, Samuel, shoemaker 
Membery, Giles, farmer 
MeWhirter, David, gen. merchant 



Penncr, Charles, J. P. farmer 
Pool, A. W. hotel keeper 
Simmons, N. blacksmith 
WATSON, JOHN J., J. P. gene- 
ral merchant and postmaster 



BALDWIN. — A small post village in the township of Camden, and 
county of Addington, lying near the boundary-line between the 
town3hi[i3 of Camden and Sheffield. Distant from Kingston, 30 
miles, nnd from Uelleville, 31 miles. Population, 150. 



Adams, John, tanner 

Bonager, Solomon, bookseller and 

stationer 
Cook, William, hotel-keeper 
Crcary, Charles, grocer 



Dodge, Michael, cabinetmaker 
Figell, Amos, clothing merehaut 
Grauc, Robert, planing-mill pro- 
prietor 
Hays, WiUinni, hotel keeper 



COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



10! 



Hazeltiuc, William, gen. merchant 
Hynms, Adam, hotel keeper 
Kennedy, George, provision dealer 
Lockwood, Solomon, barrister 
Magns, Benjamin, watchmaker 
McKnight, George, gen. merchant 
MeKnight, John, cooper 
McKnight, Robert gcu. merchant 
McLaughlin, George, physician 

aud surgeon 
McLaughlin, Henry, waggonmaker 
McLauglilin, John, carpenter 
Meid, David, grocer 
Paul, George, J. P. 
Paul, Robert, piano teacher 



Stewart, Neil, jun. J. P. and grocer 
Tul, William, Hour and feed dealer 
Wade, David, general merchant 
Waite, Rev. A. J. Wesleyan 
West, Patrick, baker 
Wheeler, A. hotel keeper 
Whitman, Henry, tailor 
York, Charles, blacksmith 
York, David, distiller 
YORK, GORDON P. postmaster, 

boot and shoemaker 
York, John, saddle and harness 

maker 
York, Martin, carpenter 
York, Peter, druggist 



BATH.— An incorporated village, situated on the north shore of the 
Bay of Quintet, in the township of Ernesttown, county of Addington 

, The steamers stop here daily qp their trips from Belleville to Kin'-sr 
ton, and weekly from Montreal to Trenton. It was once a port°of 
entry, but is now an outport of Kingston. Distant from Kingston 
18 miles, and 12 from Napanee, the county town. Tiie vlllan-e 
was first settled in 1783, and among the first settlers wcre°a 
Mr. Davy, (a native of Holland, and progenitor of the family of 
the same name, resident in the vicinity of Bath and Napanee ) 
James Johnston, a native of Ireland, Ebenezcr Washburne com- 

. missariat, at that time, Matthias Rose, Henry Finkle, Mr. Fairfield 
John Shibley, Robert Williams, and John George. John Johnston 
was the first white child born on the Bay of Quinte ; h« was the 
fourth son of James Johnston. Henry Finkle built the first brew- 
ery in Upper Canada; he also built the first hotel, in IThC; and a 
school house, with teacher's residence attached, on the Finkle 
Farm, now owned by George Finkle, In .'«1G, tlie first stcan.'ooat 
that navigated the waters of Lake Ontario, was built by Henry 
Tcbout, for the merchants of Kingston, Toronto (then Y'ork) 
Niagara, and Queenston, aud was called the " Frontctac." The 
boat was built on what is now known as Finkle's Point, within the 
corporate limits of the village of Bath. The "Queen Charlotte" 
another vessel, was built here in 1818, by Henry Gildersleev'e 
father of the late mayor of Kingston, and was employed in the 
St. Lawrence and Bay of Quinte trade. The first civil court held 
in Upper Canada, was lield at the hotel of Henry Finkle, in 17S2' 
—-a public house not being large enough nt Kingston— and the first 
criraiual case was that of a negro, convicted of stcalin" a loaf of 



192 TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 

bread, for which he received tweuty-ninc lashes — the basswood 
tree to which he was tied, is still standing near the old house. 
The following; statement will show that Bath is blessed with a very 
light tax — the rate for 18C4 being only Cj cents on the dollar 
aiinual value. 

Number of persons assessed 123 

Number of acres assessed 2,200 

Total value of real property 8131,7(11 

" " personal property 22,050 

Annual value of real and personal property (1,277 

Taxes imposed by bye-laws S599 

lucome from licenses 150 

" all other sonrccs GOO 

Expenditure on account of schools 100 

Salaries and expenditure, municipal govern- 
ment 112 

Total amount of arrears of taxes G 

Bath contains three churches, viz., the Church of England, erected In 
1798, and being the oldest church but one in Upper Canada. It is 
frame and will accommodate about four hundred persons — Rev. 
W. F. S. Harper, incumbent. The Wesleyan Methodist Church 
was erected in 18J0 of frame; it will seat about four hundred — 
Rev. J. W. German, minister. The Canada Presbyterians have a 
frame edifice, erected in 1859 ; it will seat two hundred persons — 
Rev. Jol'.n Scott, minister. There is a well attended union school 
here, est.iblished in 1811 as an academy, but now united as a gram- 
mar and common school ; the buildings cost about three thousand' 
dollars — Mr. MiUigan, principal of the grammar school, and Mr. 
Stephen Robinson teacher of common school. The schools are 
under the superintendence of Dr. Kennedy ; average attendance of 
pupils, 150. Bath is a money order oflicc, and has a daily mail. 
The second division courts are held every two months, at the town 
hall ; John D. Noble, clerk. The village contains fourteen stores, 
one flouring mill with three run of atone, one saw mill, an iron 
foundry, one tannery, and a ship yard employing twenty men. 

ViLLAr.i; CouN-ciL, 1805. — Thomaj Armstrong, Esq., Reeve; Wm. 
F. Peterson, Arnold A. Amey, Gabriel Belfor, I*. Robinson Davy, 
Esquires, Councillors ; J. S. Barker, clerk. 

Maple Lkaf Lodge, No. 119, G. R. C. — Originally organized in 
1812. W. Bro. James Johnston, W.M. : W. Bro. Thomas Ash- 
ton, P.M. ; Bio. Angus Pringer, S.W. ; Bro. Allen Lewis, J.W. ; 
Bro. G. Belfor, Treasurer; Bro. J. E. Cooper, Secretary; Bro. 
D. T. Rouse, S.D. ; Bro. R. R. Finkle, J.D. ; W. Bro. W. F. 



COUNTY or LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



193 



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Peterson, D. of C. ; Bro. E. Howard and Bro. D. Sills Stewards ; 
Bro Diivid Robertson, LG. ; Bro. Robert Johnston, Tyler. 
L O L. No. 6:iO.-Reorganized in 1859. Meet in their own ha ' 
the second Tuesday in each month. J. E. hooper \\ .M. ; T L. 
Howard Dop. M. ; A. A. Amey, Treasurer ; S C. A.shtou, SeciC- 
tarv Rev. Mr. Buck, Chaplain ; P. R. Davy, first comm.ttee-man ; 
Lawrence ^arp, second do. ; Hiram Henderson, third do. 

AISHTON, S, CLARK, teacher. 
Main 



AISHTON, THOMAS, M.D.phy- 

sician and surgeon. Main 
Amey, Arnold A. farmer. Main 
Anderson, Robert, farmer, Main 
ARMSTRONG, HENRY (.Belfor 

& Armstrong) 
ARMSTRONG, THOMAS (Bel- 
tor & Armstrong) 
BARKER, JOHN S. village clerk, 

Main , „ ,T, 1 

BELFOR, GABRIEL. J.P. (Bel- 
for & Armstrong) h Lodge 
Bellor, Thomas, blacksmith 
Belfor William, clerk 
BELFOR & ARMSTRONG (Ga- 
briel Belfor and Thomas and 
Henry Armstrong) general mer- 
chants and carriage builders 
Bell, James, farmer, Main 
Blair, W. tailor 

Boycs, John, blacksmith, Mam 
Bucklev, Timothy, clerk. Main 
Burley,' Robert, butcher, Church 
Burley, Silas, farmer. Church 
Burley, Wm. gentleman. Church 
CAMl'BELL, DAVID J. general 

merchant. Main 
Campion, Charles, blacksnnth, 

Main 
CARTIIR, CARLES T. clerk 
Chambers, Timotliy, head miller. 

Davy's saw mill 
Chamliers, Francis, musician. Main 
Chapcllc, William, laborer, Mam 
Connors, Thomas, luliorer. Main 



Crysler, Mrs. Ann, Academy 
Cudimore, D.iniel, shoemaker, 

Academy 
Cunningham, Luke, sen. ship car- 
penter. Queen 
Cunningham, Luke, jun. cahniet 

maker, Queen 
DAVY, P. R., J.P. ft'"l farmer 
DAVY, W. H. prop Bath Mills, 

Davy 
DAVY & PETERSON, general 

merchants, ilain 
Dennce, Antoinc, sen. fisherman, 

Davy 
Dennee, Autoine,, jun. fisherman, 

Davy 
Detlor, Byard, clerk. Main 
Donagau.John, engineer 
Dodds, James, tailor, Davy 
Donovan, Richard, farmer. Main 
Dunagnn, John, engineer. Main 
FAIRFIELD. W. J., J.P. post- 
master. Main 
Fcrren, Edmund G. (FerreuBros.) 
Fcrrcn, George P. (Ferrcn Bros.) 
FERREN & BRO. (lidmund G. 
and George P. Fcrren) props 
City Hotel 
Finkle, George, farmer. Main 
I'iukle, Henry J. 
FIxNKLE, ROWLAND R. general 

merchant. Main 
FORWARD, DAVID T. foundry 
and tin shop. Academy and 

Forward, Henry T. clerk, D. T. 
Forward 



Connors, Thomas, lul.orer, Mam „^*'"' "'"...,,, ^o ....^j., ^nU 
COOI'EILJNO.E. dentist, dealer FOSlER,JAMLb, ta.mer 

in drogi and mediciues, Main I curner. I^lain 

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194 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Foster, Marshall, tanner, Foster's 

Tannery - 
GARDNER, JOSEPH, cabinet 

ninker. Main (see card, p. 195) 
GERMAN, REV. JOHN W., AV. 

Metliodist, Lodge 
Goodluie, George, laborer. Main 
Ham, Mrs. Rebecca (wid) Main 
llcncock. Mrs. Mary (wid) Church 
HARPER, REV. W. F. S. Church 

of Enj^land 
Harris, John, laborer. Main 
Hartman, Joseph L. constable. 

Main 
Hartman, Philip, laborer. Main 
llawlcy, George, harness maker, 

Main 
Hawlcy, James, laborer. Church 
Hosclton, Hiram, cabinet maker, 

Davy 
Hoselton, John, cabinet maker, 

Divy 
nOW.\RD, THOJIAS F. general 

nicrcliant, Main 
Humphrey, Alex, mason, Main 
Janes, Snrauel, carriage maker 
Johnston, Adam, constable. Main 
Johnston,Alexander,laborer,Queen 
Johnston, Hugh, laborer, Main 
JOnN.STON," JAMES, bailiff 
Johnston, John, harness maker 
JOHNSTON, JOHN J. saddle 

and harness maker. Main 
Johnston, John N. laborer. Main 
Johnston, John T. paddle and har- 
ness m.aker. Main 
Johnston, Noble, laliorer, Main 
JOHNSTON ROBERT, pot ash 

factory, Main 
Johnston, Samuel, farmer. Main 
Johnston, Thomas C. saddle and 

harness maker, Main 
JOHNSTON, WILLIAM, grocer, 

Main 
Johnston, 'Willinm, tavern keeper 
Jayncs, Samuel, waggon maker, 

Main 



KENNEDY. RODERICK, M.D. 

professor Queen's College, Main 
Kitson, Robert, shoemaker, Aca- 
demy 
Laird, Billings, blacksmith, Maiu 
Lasher, Lucas, farmer, Main 
LASHER, JOH% J. P. dealer in 

dry goods, groceries, boots and 

shoes, and hardware 
Legate, AVm. W. carriage trimmer 
Lemon, Mrs. (wid) Church 
Lewis, Alien, blacksmith. Queen 
Lewis, Cliarles, farmer. Queen 
Lyons, Thos. head sawyer, Davy's 

saw mill 
Lyons, Tlios. blacksmith, Queen 
McBRIDE, DANIEL, dealer in 

groceries and liquors 
McBride, John, laborer, Lodge 
MeCnrfy, Patrick, laborer. Main 
McKENTY, EDMOND, general 

merchant, Main 
McICinlcy, Wm. blacksmith. Main 
McLaird, John, carpenter. Queen 
McManus, Patrick, engineer, Main 
McQuirk, Pat. shoemnker. Main 
Macl'arlane, Duncan, clerk 
Marshall. 'I'homas, farmer. Main 
i\Iink, Mrs C, (widow) Church 
Morrow, Geo. blacksmith, Church 
Mott, Robt. harness maker, Maia 
NOBLE, J. D. clerk, 2nd division 

court, Church 
Nugent, John McK. gentlemen, 

Cbnrch 
O'Orcin, Alex, tailor. Main 
O'ROURKE, MICHAEL, grocer, 

Main 
Papa, Francis, carpenter, Clergy 
Papa, Peter, tailor, Clergy 
Parks, Robert, Laborer, Davy 
Parks, Tlios. carpenter and joiner, 

Davy 
Paul, Robert, laborer, Main 
Pearson, Leonard, mason. Lodge 
Pepper, Robert, farmer, Maiu 



COUNTY OF LENNOX .iND ADDINGTON. 



195 



PETERSON, WM. F., J.P., not- 
ary public, ship owner 
Polmatiere, Bernard, laborer 
jj Price, Elias, J .P. and farmer 

Price, Elias, jun. gentleman. Main 
Price, Robinson, medical student, 

Maiu 
Priest, Ezra D., J. P., Main 
Prinyer, Angus, carpenter, Church 
Pnr.ly, H. W. farmer. Main 
REEVES, REV. EDW'D, Pres- 
byterian, Main 
REEVES, REV. WM. Presbyte- 
rian, Main 
Reynolds, Robert, sawyer, Davy^ 
Rickey, Horace, sawyer, Davy's 

saw mill 
Richards, Miss Ellen, milliner and 

dress maker 
ROGERS, ClIAS. book keeper. 

Main 
ROGERS, HUDSON, clerk. Mam 

ROGERS, SAMUEL, general 

merchaut. Main 
Rose, David, farmer. Main 
Rose, Joseph, gentleman. Main 
Rose, William, farmer. Main 
ROSS, JOHN G. McT. drugs and 

medicines, books, stationery, 

&c. Main 
Rouse, David T. clerk, Main 



ROUSE, JOHN S. general mer- 
chant, Main 
Ruttan, Richard, ship carpenter. 

Water 
Scott, Mrs. Tliomas 
Scott, Miss, Davy, cor Academy 
Scriveus, Mrs. (wid) Davy 
Sliarp, David, tailor, Maiu 
Sharp, George, hibover, Maiu 
Sharp, Robert, tailor, Main 
Shaw, David, blacksmith, Lodge 
Shcphard, John, cabinet maker 
Shibley, William, harness maker. 

Main 
Simons, Andrew, painter, Mam 
Soles, George, blacksmith, Main 
Stewart, Jolm C. shoemaker 
Sutherland, Robert D., M.D., phy- 
sician and surgeon 
Thurston, Joliu, laborer. Main 
Trimlet, Joseph, tailor. Main 
Walker, Johnston, laborer, Lodge 
Wall^cr, Walter, tinsmith, Maiu 
Wallace, Gny, laborer. Queen 
WEM P, DUNCAN, prop Wemp's 

Hotel, Main 
Wliitc, Charles, butcher, Main 
White, James, farmer, Main 
White, John, butcher, M.ain 
Wright Edward, farmer, Maiu 
YOUNG, DANIEL, M.D., phy- 
sician and surgeon, Davy 



MAIIST STREET, BATIT, 

Manufacturer of 

fmhU. BiaSMS. SflHBS. 

And every Description of Purniture. 



196 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



CAMDEN EAST. — Also known as Clark's Mills, — a post village 
situntcJ on the N.ipnncc river, in the township of Camden East, 
county of Addington. It was first settled about the year 1830; 
and the post ollice established in 18.3C. The river furnishes excel- 
lent water power, and is here made available in propelling the ma- 
chinery of two flouring mills, viz., that of Samuel Clark, erected 
about 18-10, of stone, and containing two run of stones ; a woollen 
factory and saw mill, owned by the same party, are situated near 
the mills. About half-a-milc west of Claik's mills are situated the 
AdJington Mills, on the same river. These mills were established, 
in 1850, by George Kmpey, but are now owned and carried on by 
G. C. Eogart. 'J'hree run of stones with one merchant and two 
custom bolts are used, manufacturing about sixty barrels per diem. 
Hooper's saw mill was established, in 1840, by A. F. Hooper, Esq,, 
ex-M.P.P. for Lennox and Addington. The mill is half-a-milc 
west of Clark's mills on the Napanee river. It contains two gangs 
of saws — one upright saw and five circulars. Three million feet of 
sawn lumber are turned out from this mill per annum. The 
village has two churches. The Church of England (Si. Luke's) 
was erected, in 1843, of. frame, at a cost of fifteen hundred dollars : 
Rev. John Al.-iy, M. A., incumbent. The Wesleyan Methodist 
Church is in course of completion, and is estimated to cost two 
thousand dollars: llev. Mr. McDonald, minister. The village con- 
tains three or four stores, two hotels, brewery, tin and sheet iron 
manufactory, aiul several workshops. Mails, daily. Population, 
400. Distauce from Napanee, the county town, 9 miles. 



Andrew, Samuel & Thos. brewers 

and chair makers 
Austin, John, teacher 
Baniord, Thomas, harness maker 
BICKNELL, NATHAN, M D., 

physician and surgeon 
Burgoyne, Joseph, millwright 
Burgoyne, William, millwright 
Bush, William, tanner and currier 
Calder, William, tailor 
Clark, Mrs. post mistress * 
CLAUK, SA.MUEL, J.P., llouring 

mills, woollen factory, and saw 

mill owner 
Close, Ezra (Hicks & Close) 
Close, Henry, waggon maker and 

carpenter 
Creser, Capt. 1\. S. gentlemeu 
Davy, George, l.ibovcr 



Davy, Moses, laborer 
Denueu, Benjamin, blacksmith 
Devern, Michael, miller, .\dding- 

ton Mills. 
DOUGLASS, RICIIAltl), hotel 

keeper 
Dulmage, Alex, loreman, A. F. 

Iloojtcr 
DUNCAN, CHARLES, general 

merchant 
Duncan, Hugh, boot & shoemaker 
Duncan, Seth, shoemaker 
Empey, George, teamster 
GLOVER, THOMAS, saw miller 
Greenaway, Samuel, tinsmith 
Ilagan, John, laborer 
HAYDON, JAMES, dealer in dry 

goods, groceries, hardware, ifcc. 



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llaydon, James S. book-keeper, 
James Hay don 

Uicks & Close (John Hicks and 
Ezra Close) blacksmiths 

Hicks, John (Hicks & Close) 

BOOPEll, A. F., J.P. general 
merchant, and prop Hooper's 
saw mills 

HORSEY, JOHN M. stoves and 
tinware 

Jones, Mrs. and Miss Wilson, mil- 
liners 

Lew, Samuel, baker 

Lewis, Joseph, harness maker 

Lockwood, Jonas, blacksmith 

McDonald, rev. mr. Wes- 

leyau jNIethodist 
McDowell, John, gentleman 



M.\Y, REV. JOHN, Church of 

England 
Murpliy, Michael, laborer 
Nicholson, Francis, clerk, A. F. 

Hooper 
Parker, Joseph, J.P. and farmer 
Pierce, Wdliam, miller • 
Quackenbush, George H. clerk, 

A. F. HoopeV 
Riley, Charles, boot & shoemaker 
Robinson, E laborer 
Shorey, Nelson & Son, millers 
Skinner, John, blacksmith 
Sproun, John, farmer 
Tyrrell, Nicholas, mason 
WaddcU, John, carpenter 
Weir, Peter, hotel keeper 
Williams, D. farmer 



r-pTJTREVILLE.— A post tillage in the township of Caradeu 
"^ E^t^a^d'^cTu™ Addiifgton. It is situated in the centre o one 
of the largest and wealthiest townships o. Canada V est -^l'^ J^"' 
settlement was made here in 1815 by John Mdligan J.-.cob Rom- 
oi.'irJoln, Whelan, and Jehial H.-Vy. T be vdluge p b w^, 
aid'outand surveyed in 1847 by Wdham N. Uombo^gh, P.L.h.. 
for James F llawley and John Whelan. the proprietors. The pos 
office was esabl'hed in 1849, and James N. Lapum the present 
official, appointed postmaster. The vdlagc contains four s.orcs 
sveral workshops, two schools, one common, the other a separate 
chool the former under the charge of Mr. Carsea Hen, and the 
a tcr Miss O'Connor. There are three eliurehes '''= ^esl yan 
• Mpthodlst erected in 1845, of fr.ame, at a cost of Sl,COO-lvev. 
5oh^C Asl niniTter; the Roman Catholic, built of ^tone, at a 
2 of^S^506-no settled priest; ^^\ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^:^^^^ 
1 1 :, lor.n nf frame which cost- Sl.UUU — llev. i\ii. aniuci, 
miiisfer 'r.f Fitl. WvLion Courts arc held alternately at New- 
bur^h ";<! CentreviUe-WiUiam Whelan. clerk; Jesse Shibley and 
Homer Spencer, baililfs. 



ASII, REV. JOHN C. pastor 
Weskyan Methodist Church 

ASH, JOHN R., M.D. physician 
and surgeon 

Campbell, Patrick, farmer 



Carscallen, Mr 

school 
Caswell, Sam': 



teacher common 
A. proprietor Gen- 



trcville House 
Cunningham, T. hotel keeper 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Dale, John, laborer 
Hamilton, Alexander, sliocmnkcr 
Hamilton, Eihvard, shoemaker 
Hnrvey. Patrick, tailor 
HAWLEY, JAS. F.„ J. P. farmer 
Loclihcad James, cnvpcntcr 
LAPUM, JAMES N., J. P. town- 
ship reeve, postmaster, general 
Dierehnnt, and farmer 
Lyons, Edward, blacksmith 

McNeill, Archibald, pro- 
prietor McNeill's Hotel 

Milligan, Charles, laborer. 

MOSSMAN, CARLISLE, drug- 
gist 

Murpliy, ]\Iis3 E. milliner and 
drc'ssniiiker 

O'Connor, Miss, teacher separate 
school 

O'Connor, William tailor 

Parks, Cornelius, farmer 

Parks, Isaiah, saddle and harness 
maker 



Parks, William Henry, carpenter 
Ueid, Robert, hotel keeper 
Robinson, Samncl, cooper 
SIIIBLEY, JESSE, coroner and 

bailiff Fifth Division Court, 
Shields, Joseph, blacksmith 
SNIDER, REV. Mr. Episcopal 

Methodist 
Sttitzer, .Varon, blacksmith 
Switzcr, Orrin, carpenter 
SWITZER, WILSON I., M.D. 

physician and surgeon 
WEESE, ROBERT A. general 
merchant and township trea- 
surer 
Wells, George, carpenter 
Whelan, John, gentleman 
WHELAN, WILLIAM, J. P. 
clerk Fifth Division Court, mer- 
chant, and farmer 
Whitcomb, Charles, clerk 



CLAREVIEW. — A post village situated in the township of Shef- 
field, county of Addington. It has two common schools. Distant 
from Kingston 40 miles. Population about 150. 

and grist mill owner, and gene- 
ral merchant 

McDonnell, samuel c. 



Anderson, James, blacksmith 
Cooke, John C. harness maker 

and hotel keeper 
Devlin, Charles, shoemaker 
Donovan, Daniel, saddle and har- 
ness maker 
Hughes, Lawrence, shoemaker 
McDonnell, Robert T., J. P. flour 



postmaster and saw-mill owner 
JIcGarney, James, cooper 
MeKeowu, Michael, general mer- 
chant 
McKeown, Robert, carpenter 
McKcown, William, J. P. 



COLEBROOK. — A flourishing village situated on the Napanee 
river, in the township of Camden East, and county of Addington. 
Stages run to and from Kingston daily, via Wilton. Moils daily. 
Distant from Kingston 20 miles, and from Napanee, the county 
town, 16 miles. Population about 250. 



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Bcnn, William, cabinet maker 
Brooks, Harvey C. general mer- 

chaut 
Brown, Zelotus, blacksmith 
Dcraff, Wilson, saddle and har- 
ness maker 
Freeman, Matthew, dealer in agri- 
cultural implements 
Freeman, Peter, boot and shoe- 
maker 
INKERMAN HOUSE, Samuel 

Pomroy, proprietor 
Jenkins, Egbert, blacksmith 
Lario, Joseph, cooper and Btave 

maker 
Lario, Peter, cooper and stave 

maker 
Long, William, cabinet maker and 

chair manufacturer 
Newman, John, general merchant 
O'Connor, Thomas, boot and shoe- 
maker 



O'Connor, William, boot and shoe- 
maker 

Shibley, Chalks, saw mill propri- 
etor . 

Smith, Ira, blacksmith 

Smith, James, blacksmith 

Snider, Alanson, waggon maker 

Traynor, Catharine, hotel keeper 

Wniker, John, carpenter 

Walrath, Garrett, lumber mer- 
chant 

WARNER. CHAS. J.P., postmas- 
ter, issuer of marriage licenses, 
and commissioner in B R. 

Warner, D. S. general merchant, 
flour and saw-mill proprietor 

Wartman, Charles, carpenter and 
pump-maker 

Wartman, Peter, lumber merchant 

and planing mill owner 
Williams, Rev. Hiram, Episcopal 
Methodist 



CONWAY.— A large and flourishing village, situated on the Bay 
of qLT6 in the township of Fredericksburg, and county of Lenox^ 
Dis ant from Napanee, 17 miles; from P.cton 10 ,m s; ^om 
Kingston. 30 miles; and from Toronto, lr,0 miles. D.iily mail. 
Population, about 800. 



Allison, Cyrus, farmer 

Appoy, John, broom-maker 

Chamberlain, John, farmer 

Clark, James, farmer 

Cole, Henry, physician and sur- 
geon 

Davern, Richard J. P. 

Denike. Isaac, carpenter and 
builder 

Fraser, Leonard, saddle and har- 
ness maker 

Gordon, James, tailor 

Green, J. C. carpenter and builder 

Uame, George, farmer 
Harding, Rev. Robert, Church of 
England 



Hogaboom, Allen, blacksmith 
Uoiikins, John, school teacher 
HOWARD, EDWARD, postmas- 
ter, hotel keeper, stage proprie- 
tor, and whai finger 
McAneney, P- weaver 
• ■ James G. towsnhip 



John, boot and shoe- 



McDonald, 

clerk 
McGilvery, 

maker . 

Mallory, Edwin, J. P- clerk Third 

Division Court 
Oliphant, John, general merchant 
Pbippcn, William, soap and candle 

maker 
Simmons, Nicholas, blacksmith 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Sloan, William J., J. P. 
Strowbridge, John, mason and 

plasterer 
Vandyke, Ilenry, J. P. farmer 
Walsh, Michael, carpenter and 

builder 



Watson, J. J. Reneral merchant 
Wilson, Jas. boot and shoemaker 
Wilson, James C. woollen mill 
proprietor 



CROYDON. — A post, village in the township of Camden, and 
county of Addington, situated on the Salmon river, 15 miles from 
N.inanec, the county seat. It was first settled by John Milton 
Williams, in 1850. The village contains three stores, and a good 
school, with an average attendance of 30 pupils. Excellent water 
power is obtained here, on the Salmon river, which is used in pro- 
pelling the machinery for a carding and flouring mill. The mills 
were erected in 1852, by Mr. J. M. Williams, and have three run 
of stone, with a capacity of turning out 3,500 barrels of flour per 
annum, besides doing a large custom trade. Mails daily. Popula- 
tion, 150. 

Loyal Orange Lodge No. 490— District of North Addington, 
(Central Canada) — Meets in its Ilnll, at Croydon, first Monday of 
each month, James Williams, M'.M. ; Jacob Williams, D. Si. ; 
Samuel Williams, Treasurer ; R. N. Clarke, Secretary. 



Anderson, James, miller 
Brciugh, Robert, laborer 
Campbell, Joseph, retired 
Clark, Marcus, general merchant 
Clarke, Robert N. shoemaker 
Cockburn, Miss Jane, teacher 
Empcy, W. Rufus, harness-maker 
Files, George, cabinet-maker 
Lynch, Francis, blacksmith 
WcKeown, James, shoemaker 
Mendel, Carlos, music teacher 
Murphy, Samuel, shoemaker 



Phippen, Geo. H. general mercft't 

Shannon, Robert, proprietor Croy- 
don IIousc 

Ward, Robert, miller 

Williams, David, waggon maker 

Williams, Edwin R. blacksmith 
and carriage maker . 

Williams, Ira, postmaster and gen- 
eral merchant 

WILLIAMS, JOHN MILTON, 
proprietor Croydon Flour Mills 

Williams, Samuel, tanner & currier 



EiMERALiD. — -A. post office in the township of Amherst Island, 
and county of Addington, 18 miles from Napance, the county town. 

John nitchin, postmaster 



ENTERPRISE. — A post village in the township of Camden, and 



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201 



county of Addington, situated on Mud Lake. Distant from King- 
ston, 30 miles, and from Napanee, the county town, 20 miles. 
Population, about 2S0. 



Baker, H. T. builder 

Card, Caleb, shoemaker 

Card, Joseph, carpenter and builder 

Card, Orrin, saw mill proprietor 

Clancy. Cornelius, J. P. 

Cox, Eugene, chairmaker and up- 
holsterer 

GRAHAM, ROBERT, post mas- 
ter and general merchant 

Grass. Christopher, hotel keeper 

Hales, Isaac, briek maker 

Hanran, Rev. James. Presbyterian 

Hawley. Eli P., blacksmith 

Jackson. Wm. saw mill proprietor, 
blacksmith and waggon maker 

Millar, Thomas, jun. j.P. and saw 
mill owner ■■ 

Naill, Thomas, blacksmith 

O'Uea, Patrick, J.P. 

Paisley, Charles, hotel keeper 



Parks, William, cooper 

Pike, J.imcs & Co. boot and shoe 

maker 
Reid, Robert, saw mill proprietor 
Roberts, William, carpenter and 

builder 
Scott, William, blacksmith 
Thompson, Joseph, cooper 
Wager, George, shoemaker 
Wager, Henry M. C. carpenter 

and builder 
Wager, Peter, saw mill proprietor 
Wagef,Thomas,saw mill proprietor 
Wager. William N. carpeuter and 

builder 
Wiseman, Samuel, tailor 
Wolfe, John V. saw mill proprietor 
Vannest, Peter, carpenter and 

builder 



ERINSVILLE.— A post office in the township of Sheffield, and 
county of Addington, 26 miles from Napance, the county town. 

Patrick Walsh, postmaster 



saw and grist 
R. postmaster 



mill 
and 



FLINTON. — A post village in the township of Knladar, and county 
of Addington, situated ou the river Schotoranta. Distant from Na- 
panee, the county town, 45 miles. 

Armstrong, J.ames, hotel keeper 

Beckwith, James, township trea- 
surer and general merchant. 

Bogart. D. D. lumber merchant 

Campbell, Archibald, hotel keeper 

Canniff, Joseph, lumber merchant 

Carseallen. John A. .township clerk 
and real estate agent 

Clark, George, plasterer 

Disseletts, Francis, cabinet maker 



Flint. Billa, 

owner 
FLINT, C. 

grocer 
Eraser, Abraham, barrister 
French, William, shoemaker 
Grant, Charles, mason 
Hart, Orleans, lumber merchant 
Honeywell, J.P. blacksmith aud 

edge tool maker 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Lansing, John, farmer 

Ijfittie, Gilbert, lumber mcrclinnt 

Wills, AVilliani, blacksmith and 

edge tool maker 
Morcure, Lewis, shoemaker 
Olircr, Francis, shoemnUer 
Perry, E. crown land agent 
Puke, David, carpenter 
Putrois, Louis, waggon and agri- 

cnlturnl implement maker 
Rnlliburn, J. B., lumber merchant 
Rattan, M. S. weaver 
Reed, licnjamin, cooper 
Robliu, Owen, shoemaker 



Ross, James, dry goods merchant 

Scanton, Silas S. dry goods mer- 
chant 

Sedore, Alexander, J,P. and car- 
penter 

Shorings, Tluffnnil, broom maker 

Smith, F. H. shoemaker 

Smith, James M. tailor 

Spencer, H. H. physician and sur- 
geon 

Thompson, Wm. hotel keeper 

Wager, Lester, carpenter and 
builder 

Wilson, Caroline, milliner 



GLASTONBURY.— A post village, situated in the to\vnship of 
Kaladar, and county of Addington. It was firut settled about ISbO, 
has been rapidly improving, and has one common school. Distant 
from Kingston, 60 miles ; from Napanee, .15 miles ; and from 
Belleville, 47 miles. Population, about 100. 



CORNER, G. H. post master, 
mill owner, and general mer- 
chant 

Corey, Ferris & Co. flour, feed, 
and grain dealers 

Cummings, Charles J. carpenter 
and builder 



Ellis, John, blacksmith and cooper 

Ferris, Corey, grocer 

Eraser, A., J.P., mill owner and 

commissioner in B. H. 
Fraser & Cummings, builders 
Mulineaux, S. B. boot and shoe 

maker 



GOSPORT. — A post oflice in the township of Adolphujtown, and 
county ol Lennox. 

Nicholas Bogart, postmaster 



HAMBURG. — A post oflice in the township of Fredericksburg, 
and county of Lennox. 

A. D. Fraser, postmaster 



KALADAR. — A small post village in the township of Kaladar, and 

county of Addington, and surrounded by a fine agricultural district. 



COUNTV or LENNOX AND AEDIKCTON. 



2oa 



Distant from Kingston, GO miles ; and 45 miles from Napancc. 
Population, about 75. 



Armslrono;, Jnmes, hotel keeper 
DUNHAM, E. F., J. P., postmas- 
ter and township reeve 



Eraser, Abraham, J. P. 
Ledore, Alexander, J. P. 



LEINSTER.— A country post office situated in the township of ' 
Uiclimond, and county of Lennox. Tlic inhabitants of the ncigh- 
hourhood are engaged exclusively in farming pursuits. 

MICHAEL JORDAN, postmaster 



LENNOX.— A post office iu the township of Frederickshurg, and 
and county of Lennox. 

John C. Lucas, postmaster 



MILL HAVEN.— A post village in the township of Ernesttown, 
and county of Addington, situated on the B.iy of Quintp, and one 
mile and a half from Erncsttown station on the Grand Trunk Rad- 
way, 14 miles from Napanee (the county town), and IC miles from 
Kingston. Mill Creek here furnishes excellent water power, anU 
at present only supplies the power for a flouring mill (with tv.o run 
of stones), and a saw mill. The locality was first settled about l/SO , 
and the village laid out, in 1840, by Isaac Fraser. The post 
office was established in 1845, Jeremiah Amey being the oflic.al. 
The present post master is George B Forward. There is a 
school, with an average attendance of thirty pupils, under the 
charge of Solomon lldlier. Mails, daily. Population, 150. 

Amey, Billings, farmer 
Amey, Jeremiah, farmer 
Amey, Levi, waggon maker 
Barrett, Thomas, laborer 
Clement, Charles, laborer 
Clement, William, John, & David, 

farmers 
Fleming, John, blacksmith 
Forward, A. P., J. P., farmer 
FORWARD, G. B. general dealer 

in dry goods, ' groceries, Stc., 

postmaster 
Fry, William, glove maker 
Henderson, Alexander, farmer 
Henderson, Jno. miller and fanner 



Hess, John, laborer 
Hough, George P. laborer 
Milligan, Samuel, farmer 
Parrott, Wesley, farmer 
Phillips, Albert, boot and shoe 

maker 
RicKcy, Duniel, carpenter 
llickcy, Horace, miller 
Rickey, James, carpenter 
Shorey, James, Laborer 
Vandeak, William, boot and shoe 

maker 
Vciiton, Anderson, fanner 
Weinp, Benjamin, hotel keeper 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



MILIi POINT. — A post office in the township of Richmond, and 

county of Lennox. 

James Bowen, postmaster 



MORVEN. — A post office in the township of Ernesttown, and 

county of Addington. 

Daniel Henwood, postmaster 



MOSCOW. — A post village, situated in the township of East Cam- 
den, county of Addington. Distant from Kingston, 23 miles ; and 
from Napanee, 15 miles. Population ahout 200. 



Amey, Lyman, farmer 
Burns, James, J. P. 
Jackson, James, blacksmith 
Lake, George, J. P., farmer 
Lemon, Joseph, boot and shoe 

maker 
Peters, W. W. blacksmith 



Palmer, Walter, carriage and wag- 
gon maker 

Stormes, Miles, carpenter and 
builder 

Vanvalkenburg, Paul, farmer 

VANLUVEN, Z. postmaster and 
general merchant 



NEWBURGH. — An incorporated village, situated on the Napanee 
river, in the township of Camden East, and county of Addington, 
seven miles from Napanee (the county town), and 24 miles from 
Kiiigplon. The village was first settled, in 1822, by Benjamin Files 
and Vi'm. V. P. Dctlor. In 1824, David Perry built the first saw 
mill. These parties located themselves on lots 10 and 17, first 
concession of Camden. John Madden settled here iu 1823, and 
built a saw mill tlie same year. Mr. Perry, iu 182G, erected a grist 
mill which, iu the year 1828, he sold to Samuel Shaw, the first 
merchant of the village. John Black started a tannery, in 1832, 
which he still carries on, employing six men, and turning out two 
thousand five hundred pieces of leather per annum. The power 
used is sujiplicd by the Napanee river, which, at this poiut, affords 
an abundant water power. This excellent water privilege is used in 
propelling the machinery of two flouring mills. The Union 
Flouring and Grist Mills, established, iu 18 10, by Douglas Hooper, 
contains three run of stones, and one barley stone. The build- 
ing is built very substantially of stone, three stories and a half 
high. The oatmeal mill, adjoining, is a similar stone building, 
erected in 180 1, and contains two run of stones. Both mills and ma- • 



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1 



chinery cost the proprietor about twenty thousand doUavs. The 
erime gentleman lately erected a fine stone building, 04 feet by 34 
feet, three and a half stories in height, for a wooHeu manufactory, 
which will be started iu full operation during the coming season. 
The Ncwburgh Mills were established, in ISil, by John Madden. 
George Madden now owns this mill property. Tbc mill contains 
three run of stones with two bolts. There arc Iv-o carding mills, 
one saw mill, two axe factories — one having been in operation over 
twenty years, and now conducted by S. M. Danes, who gives em- 
ployment to six hands— the other by Joseph Taylor, and was 
established in 1802 : four men are kept in enip'oyment at, this 
establishment. These factories turn out all kinds o! edge tools 
as well as axes. Newburgh Foundry and Machine S'lop was estab- 
lished in 1848. The power for propelling the machinery is fur- 
nished by the Napanee river. Six men are kept constnntly employed 
by D. B. Stickney, the proprietor, in the manuiaclunn^; of threshing 
machines, mowers and reapers, mill gearing, ami general castings, 
agricultural implements, stoves, &c. Thnre is also a sash, blind, 
and door factory ; hub and rake factory ; three carri.ige and waggon 
shops; two cabinet factories. The largest saw mill in this section 
of the country is situated a little over a mile from Newburgh, op 
the Napanee river, and is carried on by Mr. \Vright, for an Ameri- 
can firm; Cook & Cochran, of New York. Nme million ?cct of lumber 
is turned out at this establishment annuaiiy. Newburgh poisesses 
a large and elegant academy, where the higher branches of an Eng- 
lish and classical education are taught. The common school is in 
the same building, under the charge of II. M. Dcrou'-h. The 
grammar school is under the charge of John Campbell. There is 
also a private school kept by Miss Spencer. There are three chuFch 
organization?, viz., the Church of England— the congregation at 
present hold their services in the town hall - Kev. John May, cler- 
gyman ; the Episcopal Methodist Church was erected, in 1802, of 
frame, Rev. Messrs. Snider and Egan, pastors; the Wesleyan Me- 
thodist Church is a stone edifice, erected in 1850— Revds. George 
McKitchie and D. McDonald, ndnistcrs. The Fifth Division Court 
■ is held here alternately with Centreville. Mails, daily. Population, 

1200. 
Prince of Wales Lodge, No. 140, G. R. C. — Regular communi- 
cation, Wednesday before the full moon iu each month, iu their 
own hall. Main street. W.M., J. Forsyth Hope ; P M„ J. M. 
Horsey; S.W., W. V. I'. Detlor; J.W., Joseph Comielly ; Trcas., 
Thomas Scott; Chaplain, Rev Stephen Miles; Secretary, John 
McLarin; S.D., Lafayette Scott; J.D., Thomas Ilinch ; 1. 6., 
Joseph Fnlhirton; Tyler, Jacob Detlor; DC, F. R. Wycott ; 
Stewards, E. J. Jones, C. W. Miller, Jtse^h Ilinch. 



■206 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Ager, James, painter, Grove 
A;cer. Thomas, Ijarneasinaker 
Allen, John, farmer 
AylsvTorL!i,Bowcn,cnrpenter,GroTe 
Aylswortli, Julm. Carnier 
Aylbwortli, Jolin B. farmer 
Barejjar, George, carpenter 
Baugiin, John, hlaeksniith 
Beckwith, Joseph, painter 
Bell, EiUvard, fanner 
Bell, James, farmer 
Bell, David, farmer 
Bell, William, farmer 
Bell, William Mc. farmer 
Benson, Matthew R. gentleman 
Black, Georje, tanner 
BLACK, JOHN, tannery 
Black, William, tanner 
BOWEliS, JOSHUA, denier iu 

drug-! ami medicines 
Brisco, Walter, boot and shoe man- 
ufacturer 
Brown, William, laborer 
Browne, John, school teacher 
Bruton, George, spinner 
Burdett, Alexander, farmer 
Burdctt, D. A. carriage builder, 

Main 
CAMDEN HOUSE, J. F. Hope, 

proprietor (see card, p. 2U8) 
Cameron, Allen, jiaintcr 
Carscalleti, Archibald, farmer 
Carseallen, Luke, fai'mer 
Carscallen, Philip, lianicssmakcr 
Canniff, Abraham, teamster 
Casey, Hiram, laborer 
Catou, Allen, dealer in drugs and 

medicines 
Caton, Jliles, general merchnut, 

Main 
CHOWN, LEWIS, tin and cop- 
persmith, i\lain 
Clark, Klias, carpenter 
Clark, U. T. collector 
Creightou, John, general black- 
smith and carriage builder. Main 



Cummings, George, tanner 
Cummings, Robert, grocer ' 
Davy, Hugh, farmer 
Davy, James, shoemaker 
Derouch, H. M. tcncliar, grammar 

school 
Derouch, Pascal, tailor 
D.-tlnr, Jacob V. shcemakcr. Main 
DETLOH, WILLLVM V. I>. boot 

and slioe manufacturer 
DICKINSON, J. A. pumpmakcr 

Main 
BOWLING, JOHN, general mer- 

■chant, Main 
BOWLING, RICII'D. & JOHV, 

potash manufacturers 
Dunn, Henry blacksmith 
Eakins, George, cabinetmaker 
Eakins, Thomas, cabinetmaker 
Eakins, William, cabinetmaker 
Egan, Rev. Mr. E()i3c. Methodist 
Evans, Robert, farmer 
Earley, John, blacksmith 
Files, Benjamin, assessor 
Files, Chester, farmer 
FINKLE, HENRY, carriage and 

waggon maker 
Flvnn, Owen, laborer 
FilLLARTON, JOHN II. cabinet 

maker 
FULL.VRTON, JOSEPH, sen. • 

cabinetmaker 
FULLARTON, JOSEPH, jun. 

cai)inetmaker 
Gaylor, Sanlonl, miller 
Grant, John, M. D. physician and 

surgeon 
Ilanes, Samuel, axemaker 
HAM, JOHN D. general mer- 
chant. Main 
Ham, Robert, stonecutter 
Hill, Stephen, laborer 
Hillard, Mrs. E. S. milliner and 

dressmaker, Main 
HOOPER, DOUGLASS, mcr- 



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chant, proprietor of flouring 
mills and woollen factory 
HOPE, J. F. proprietor Camden 

House (see card, p. 208^ 
no|je, R. B. clerk, R. F. Hope 
HOPE, R. F., J. P. general mer- 
chant, axe manufacturer, and 
postmaster 
Hope, William A. book-keeper, E. 

F. Hope 
Howell, William, carpenter 
Huyeke, Edward, carpenter 
Jackson, John, farmer 
Jennings, Isaac, blac'.:smith 
Jetto, Thomas, laborer 
Jones, Edward, contractor and 

builder 
Jones, Reuben, farmer 
Lake, Samuel, carriagemakcr 
LANFEAR, E. O. harnessmakcr. 

Main 
Loekwood, J. J. book-keepeer, D. 

Hooper 
McAfee, John, carpenter 
McAfee, Robert, laborer 
McCammon, Dr. physician and 

surgeon 
McConnell, E. tailor 
MeCuUough, James, grocer 
McGuire, Patrick, sen. farmer 
iMeGuirc, Patrick, jun. laborer 
McGuire, Peter, laliorer 
McKeown, I'atrick, laborer 
McRitchie, llev. Mr. Wesleyan 

Methodist 
MADDEN, GEORGE, mill pro- 
prietor 
Maildeu, laniali, carijcntcr 
Madden, Sylvester, woollen man- 
ufacturer 
Miller, Allen, grocer 
JIILLER, CEPHAS II., J.P. and 

farmer 
Miller, Joseph, cooper 
Milligau, Levi, axemaker 
Milligan, William, laborer 
Moore, Charles, carriage-maker 
Mo39, Robert, tailor 



Mulholland, John, laborer 
Murdoff, Nicholas, carpenter 
Murpliy, Franklin, painter 
Nugent, Willi.im, sen. farmer 
Nugent, William, jun. farmer 
O:jborne, Richard, general mer- 
chant, potash manufai'turcr, and 
clerk of couTicil 
Papa, Daniel, tailor 
Paul, James, grocer 
Power, James, ]jroprietor, Empire 

House, Main 
Richardson, Michael, sawyer 
Rook, Richard, watchmaker and 

jeweller 
Russell, Andrew, tailor 
Ryan, M. clerk, D. Hooper 
Ryan, Martin, farmer 
Ryan, Ma_tthcw, laborer 
Scott, Thomas, carriage maker aud 

blacksmith 
Shetler, Conrad, farmer 
Sbctler, Frederick, farmer 
Shetler, Matthew, farmer 
Sluirey, John, carpenter 
Shorts, Bishop, machinist 
Simmons, George, gentleman 
Sl'AFFORD, H. W., M.D. physi- 
cian and surgeon 
Spencer, Hcnrv R. clerk 
SPENCER, HOMER, bailiff. 

Fifth Division C'ciurt 
STICKNEY, DAVID B. manu- 
facturer of agricultural imple- 
ments, stoves, &e. iron foumlrv 
TAYLOR, JOSEl'II, axe maker 
Thompson, Alexander, pensioner 
'I'bornlou, Huwiey, clerk 
Wease, Peter, gentleman 
Wells, John C. saddle and harness 

rnaVer 
West. .T. P. 8. surgeon dentist, 

Wightman, James, general mer- 
chant 

Wrigbtley, Joseph, finisher, axe 
factory 






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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



CAMDEN HOUSE, 



J. FORSYTH HOPE, 



Proprietor. 



Guests stopping at this House will find every 
attention given to their comfort. 

THE TABLE WILL BE ALWAYS KEPT SUPPLIED 

With tfi© Best the feflapket affords. 

THE BEST mm OP CIGARS, AND THE CHOICEST WINES, LIllUflES, ALES, 
AND rOKTER ALffAVS ON HAND. 

Agood HALL, suitable for CONCERTS, THEATRICALS, &c., 
convenient to the House. 



ODESSA. — A. post village in the townsliip of Erncsttown, aud 
county of Aildington. It is situntcd on Blill Creek, 5 miles from 
Ernesttown Station, on tlie Grand Trunk Railway, 12 miles from 
Kingston, and 12 miles from Napanee, tlie county town. Mill Creek 
affords good water-power, which is used in propelling the machinery 
for a flourlng-mill, saw-mill, woollen factory, sash, blind aud door 
factory, foundry, and match factory. Odessa has a good sehool, 
five stores, and several workshops. It has three churches, viz., the 
Wesleyan Methodist Church, built of frame, Ilev. Richard Clark, 
minister ; Episcopal Methodist, frame, Rev. Mr. Dull, minister ; 
and the Roman (Catholic Churcli, a frame building — no settled 
priest. Mails daily. Division courts are held here every two 
montiis. Population, 700. 

Odf.ss.i Brass Band — Organized in 1803. — Henry Davy, leader; 
Walter Ilufl", secretary ; Alpheus Darley, treasurer. 



ALLEN, HIRAM, general mer- 
chant 
Allen, Hiram I. grocer 
Ames, George, tinsmith 
Bahcock, Dow, blacksmith 
Rabcoch, John, waggon maker 



Rabcock, Wesley, shoemaker 
Babcock, William, laborer 
Barry, Garret, miller 
Bebee, Franklin, laborer 
Bebee, Jean, laborer 



COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



209 



Bebee, Sardis, bar-tender, Rising 

House 
Bebee, Sardis, hotel keeper 
Blake, Robert, teamster 
Blake, Thomas, butcher 
Booth, Arnold, book keeper, P. & 

J. Booth 
Booth, B. A. agent, Odessa Wool- 
len Mills 
BOOTH, DONALD B. general 

merchant 
Booth, John (Philip & John 
Booth) proprietors Grist, Saw, 
Planing and Barley Mills 
Booth, John K. projirietor Wool- 
len Factory, Grist and Saw Mills 
Booth, Mrs. Joshua, proprietress 

Odessa Woollen Mills 
BOOTH, PHILIP D. & Co. pro- 
prietors Odessa Mills, and gene- 
ral merchants 
Bowman, George, head miller 
Boyce, Andrew, hostler 
Boyden, Geo. clerk, S. J. Walker 
Breeze, William, weaver 
Bull, Rev. J. Episcopal Methodist 
Burnett, William, carpenter 
Chrisman, Horace, carriage maker, 

J. & G. Watts 
Clark, Rev. Richard, W. Methodist 
Cronon, Daniel, carriage maker, 

J. & G. Watts 
Darley, Alpheus, cabinet maker 
Darley, Thomas G., J.P., cabinet 

maker 
David, Daniel, cooper 
Derbyshire, Byron, trader and 

pedlar 
Dodd, Joshua, carpenter 
Dunning, B. A. proprietor. Rising 

House 
DUPUIS, THOMAS, M.D. phy- 

siciau and surgeon 
Ellison, Joshua, carpenter and 

builder 
Eraser, Charles, salesman, D. B. 
Booth 

14 



Fries, Adolph, shoemaker 
Fries, Fred, boot and shoemaker 
Fryer, George, miller 
Fuller, David, well-digger 
Fuller, David, lime-burner and 

quarryman 
Fuller, Joseph, lime-bufner 
GARDNER, WILLLVM, propri- 
etor, Lambtoii Hotel 
G.aylord, Levi, blacksmith 
GORDAN, WILLIAM, proprio- 

tor Lambtou Hotel 
Gordon, A. B. tannery 
Gordon, Billings, blacksmith 
Gordon, Charles, laborer 
Graves, Reuben, harness maker 
Gr.ay, James, hostler, Alexandria 

Hotel 
Haines, William, shoemaker 
Harlman, Billings, carpenter 
Ilenzy, William, farmer 
Hough A. 11. baker 
Hough, Mrs. milliner and dress- 
maker 
Hough, Walter, bakery 
HOUGH, ASA, H. & CO. foundry 
Houston, William, barkeeper. Van 

Norman's Hotel 
Irish, Mrs. 

James, Josiah, laborer 
Johnston, Thomas, butcher 
Joyce, William, blacksmith 
Iviniieborougli, John, laborer 
Kinncborougb, Michael, teacher 
Laughlan, Benjamin, carpenter 

and joiner. 
Lee, Edward, carpenter 
MeCann, Patrick, blacksmith. J 

& G. Watts' 
McDonald, Henry, laborer 
McDonald, Alex. S. general dealet 
McDonough, Henry, blacksmith 
McDonough, John, blacksmith 
McGowan, Thomas, hotel-keeper 
McKcchnie, Jas. merchant tailor 
Mabcc, Benjamin, waggon maker 
Mabee, T. J. butcher 



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TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Mancuer, George, upholsterer and 

finisher 
Manker, Francis, carpenter 
Moore, Mr. pumpmaker 
Morris, Rohert, gentleman 
Northmore, George U. baker and 

confectioner 
Northmore, J. bakery 
Osborne, Mr. match manufacturer 
Paddy, John E. shoemaker 
Parniater, Silas, h Rising House 
Redman, Thomas, laborer 
Richardson, William, dyer 
Sauls, Hugh (H. & W. Sauls) 
Sauls, William (U. & W. Sauls) 
Sauls & Dro. (Uugh and William 

Sauls) contractors 
SHALES, JOHN, general dealer 
Smith, Richard, sawyer 
SNIDER, CALVIN, watchmaker 

and jeweller 
Snyder, John, farmer 
Stage, George, laborer 
Steers, George II. butcher 
STORJIS, ANSON, J. P., sash, 

blind, and door maker 
Storr, Thomas, prop Link's Mills 
Timmerman, A.E. clerk, post office 



TIMMERMAN, PARKER S. 

J.P., postmaster and township 

treasurer 
VanNorman, John, prop Odessa 

House 
Waddingham, George, teamster 
WALKER, Mrs. J. S. proprietress 

Odessa House, Main Street (sec 

card, p. 210) 
WALKER, S. J. general merchant 
Watts. Edward, carriage maker 
Watts, George (J. E. Watts & 

Brother) 
Watts, Henry, carpenter and joiner 
Watts, J. E. (J. E. Watts & Bro- 
ther) 
Watts, J. E. & Brother (George 

and J. E. Watts) carriage makers 
Wiseman, Adam, mason and builder 
Wiseman, And. mason and builder 
Woodruff, Jlrs. grocery 
WRIGHT, U. N., J. P., and insu-- 

ranee agent 
Wycott, Andrew, waggon maker 
Wycott, P. R. prop Alexandria 

Hotel 
Ycomans, Horace, M.D. physician 

and surireon 



iitiw®!ii 



9 

MAIN STREET, ODESSA, 
MUS. J. S. WALKER, PROPRIETEESS. 

TK[S KaUlSE t§ WELL FURKISMEO), 
AND EVERY ATTENTION WILL BE PAID TO GUESTS 

CALLING AT THE HOUSE. 

The Best Wines, Liquors, and Cigars always ou Hand. 

FOR NEWBURGH, KINGSTON, CAPE VINCENT AND. 
BATTERSEA. 






COUNTY OP LENNOX AND ADDINCTON. 211 

^^A^dSn-'' '"''' "'''' '" "- '--^'"P of Camden and county 
Edward Storr, postmaster 



"■ ~VLtC "*" '" "^^ •""•"^'"P °f Frederickshurgh 



and 



John C. Green, postmaster 



county town. It was first settled in ' 840 an/w c ^ •'>""''' *' 
Tillage in 1850, by Gilbert S cL™ tI; T , i '""' °"' "' ^ 
lishedin I85G anrf V TL..^^' .•"-= P°st office was estab- 

sent officid rs Wnfiam ptl '^"ti:: XT' r""""'''' = '^"^ P^ 
n.ill, saw-mill, and broomlhandle fecforv on'' '"° ^'°«^' &"=' 
with an average attendance of thirty pup iT/ a Wesi:"" ^Jf^'r'; 
church, erected in 18(14 at a co^t nf 1; i ^V-^'7'>,"„*r<>'l'odist 
David AVilson, ministc^'Maii: fX' times'; llf '""""' "^^^ 



pro- 



Allison, J. B. carpenter 
Anderson, Tliomas, hotel-keeper 
Asselstine, Michael, laborer 
Baumhaucr, Martin," saw-mi 

prietor and farmer 
Card, Edgerton, farmer 
Chase, Harvey, blacksmith 
Hart, Thomas blacksmith 
Laslier, James, laborer 
McCutcbeou, Alexander, farmer 
McKmi, James, general merchant 



Marling, Robert, scliool teacher 
laid, AVilhani, postmaster and 

general merchant 
Perry Edward, blacksmith * 
Smiih, James, Stiller 
Spencer, E. A., J. P. mill proprie- 
tor and farmer 
Wheeler, Seth, hotel keeper 
Windover, George, laborer 
Wood, Stephen L. wood turner 



I 



David Allan, postmaster 



SELBY 

of Len 



r.— A post village, in the township of Richmond and ^n„„. 
o. l.enno.v, 3^ miles from the Napanee Station of rCraml Tru„^ 
Radway. It whs first settled bv John McKim Trn 1^.„ ) 

John Baker. The village was laid out by Jot MKiJ?"S 
office was estabhshed in J853, David W. Wartmarihjprcse^t 



212 



TOWNB AND VILLAGES, 



postmaster, having been then appointed. Sclby has four stores, two 
^faggon shops, an excellent hotel, good school, and two churches, 
viz.. Church of England, erected in 1850, of frame, at a cost of 
8-100, Kcv. Mr. liogart, clergyman ; the Wcsleyan Methodist 
Church was built in 1809, of frame, and cost J050, Rev. David 
Brether, minister. Mails four times a week. Population 120. 

Selby Temperance Lodge, No. 81 — Meets once a-week at the 
ichool house in Selby. — O. D. Sweet, worthy chief; Mrs. Barrager, 
worthy vice ; William Vallcau, chaplain ; A. W. Grange, secretary ; 
S. M. Wilson, assistant secretary ; Miss A. W. Carscallan, financial 
secretary ; Miss M. McKim, treasurer ; James Iludgins, marshall j 
Miss Shorts, deputy marshall ; Miss M. A. Dawson, inside guard ; 
E. Scxsmith, outside guard. 



ANDREWS, D. hotel proprietor 

■ and contractor 
Beeraan, William, coutractor and 

farmer 
Bridgnicnt, Thomas, farmer 
Carscallcn, Alex. W. clerk 
Dafoe, David, laborer 
Dafoc, .lohn, farmer 
Dennison, Daniel, laborer 
Dyon, Charles, laborer 
Gallagher, F. sen. gardener 
Gallagher, F. jun. blacksmith 
Gonu, Francis, laborer 
Gould, Peter, druggist 
Grange, A. W. book keeper 
Iludgins, George, carriage builder 

and blacksmith 
Jenkins, George, shoemaker 
Micks, Joel, cooper 



Phillips, David, tin and hardware 
Scott, Abel, carpenter 
Sexsmitb, Thomas, general mer- 
chant 
Scxsmith & Sweet (John W. Sex- 
smith & Orison D Sweet) dealers 
in dry goods, groceries and 
hardware 
Storr, Edward, gentleman 
Storring, John, slioemaker 
Sweet, Orsten, general merchant 
Valleau, Gordon, druggist 
Vallcau, John, harness maker 
Valleau, William, harness maker 
WARTMAN, DAVID W. post- 
master and general merchant 
Wild, Thomas, blacksmith and 

carriage maker 
Windover, John, teamster 



STELLA. — A post village, situated on the Bay of Quinto, in the 
township of Amherst Island, and county of Addington. The 
steamer calls here daily in passing from Kingston to Belleville. 
Distant from Kingston, IG miles. Population, 114. 



Andrew, David, carpenter, saah, 

blind, and door manufacturer 
Cousins, William, tavern keeper 
Cunnliigham, George, blacksmith 



Finlay, George, boot and shoe- 
maker 

Uoward, Smith, & Co. general 
merchants 






COUNTY OP LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



213 



Johnston, James, blacksmith 
Mcintosh, llev. Jas. Presbyterian 
Montgomery, Robert, tailor 
PERCEVAL, WILLIAM, J.P., 
postmaster and township reeve 



Polley,' Wright, & Co. general 
merchants 

Wallace, James, boot and shoe- 
maker 

Watson, John, tavernkeeper 



SWITZERVILLE.— A thickly settled neighbourhood, in the 
township of Ernesttown and county of Addingtou, containin'' two 
Bchool sections, and settled mostly by the descendants of the United 
Empire Loyalists. Distant from Kingston, 22 miles west. Daily 
mail. •' 

Asselstinc, B. blacksn-ith Miller, C. W., J.P., commissioner 

Chapman, A. C. carpenter in B.R. issuer of marriage lieca- 

ses, and postmaster 



■^■^^P^^^-~^" important post village in the township of 
bhefheld, and county of Addington, situated on the Salmon river 
20 miles from Napanee (the county town), and 34 miies from Kin-l 
Bton. Tamworth was first settled, in 1834, bv C AVheelcr who 
employed Wm. N. Rombongh, P.L.S., to survey the village plot in 
184!). The post office was opened in 1848, and Mr. Wheeler 
appointed the official. The present postmaster is Robt. llerchmer. 
l"he village contains ten stores of various kinds j an excellent school 
with an average attendance of fifty pupils, under the charge of Miss 
McKim ;— three chujches, viz.. Church of England, a stoue edifice, 
erected in 1864, capable of seating 500 persons, and costing S300o' 
Rev. W. Herbert Smythe, incumbent ;-the Episcopal Methodist 
(.hurch was built, in 1802, of frame, at a cost of one thousand dol- 
i ^?r'',"'" ''^"' '^'^'^ persons: Rev. J. IlallowoU pastor; 
—the Wcsleyan Methodist Church is a frame building, erected at a 
cost of one thousand dollars, and will accoinmodate°400 persons. 
Revs. Robert Mark and John Connor, ministers. A Division Court 
13 held in the Town Uall every two months ; Donald Cameron, 
clerk, Peter F. Carscallen, bailiff. The village is well supplied with 
good hotels ; the Tamworth House is well kept, and the traveller 
will find every comfort at this house that can be enjoyed at citv 
In manufacture8,_ Tamworth can boast of more establish- 

two excel- 



hotels. 

ments than other places of greater pretensions : h.aving'l 
lent Houriiig mills— the Tamworth Mills were established uy ualvin 
Wheeler, in 1841, and are now owned and carried on by Charles 
Joyner ; these mills contain three run of stone, and have the capa- 
city for grinding four hundred bushels a day j near this mill there is 



V 



214 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



a sa-w-mill, carried on by the Bamo party. The Lower Tamworth 
Mills were established in 18G4, by John and Robert Grange ; three 
run of stone are used in these mills, which will grind about four hun- 
dred bushels per diem. There is one carding mill, carried on by 
Charles Joyner ; and another carding mill and woollen factory, 
ownied by Richard Jones, who manufactures every description of 
woollen goods. A tannery was started in 18-17, by George Miller, 
who employs four or five hands, and docs a good business. la 
1847, John and Robert Grange built a saw-mill a short distance 
below the village, which is still carried on by the same parties. A 
machine shop, for the manufacture of agricultural implements, 
rakes, cradlus, &c., was established by George Miller, in 18G4, and ten 
hands .ire kept constantly employed. An iron foundry and machine 
shop is about being commenced by Charles Joyner, during the 
present year, for the manufacture of threshing maelnnes, reapers, 
mowers, agricultural implements and general castings. Many other 
manufactures, such as carriages, waggons, cabinctware, chairs, bed- 
steads, boots and shoes, &c., are engaged in to some extent, and as 
the back townships become better settled, Tamworth, from its posi- 
tion, must realize a large trade for her wares and general mer- 
chandize. Population, 500. Mails daily. 



Adair Robert carpenter, 

AYLSWOUTH, A. K., M.D. phy- 
sician and surgeon 

Aylsworth, William, civil engineer 
and P. L. S. 

AYLSWORTH & HUFFMAN, 
(James Aylsworth and James C. 
HuflFman) druggists and book- 
sellers 

BICKNELL & DUNNING, (Na- 
than Bicknell and A. R. Dun- 
ning) general merchants 

Bolger, George, shoemaker 

Busby, James, shoemaker 

Cameron, Donald, clerk of Divi- 
sion Court 

Carscallen, James A. bailiff. Divi- 
sion Court 

CARSCALLEN, PETER F. 
bailiff, Eighth Division Court 

Carscallen, William, carpenter 

COPELAND, JAMES, carding 
mill and cloth factory 

CORNELL, MATTHEW, dealer 
in watches, clocks and jewelry 



DOUGLAS, ANDREW C. gene- 
ral merchant 

DOUGLAS, HENRY, proprietor, 
Addington House 

Dradcr, Ernest, grocer and drug- 
gist 

Drader, John,jun. cooper 

Embury, Valentine, bakery 

Floyd, John, tailor 

Fralick, Edwin M. book-keeper 

Fralick, Miles, clerk 

Fretz, Jlrs. milliner 

Grange, Robert, mill proprietor 

Grant, Jose])h, carpenter 

Hallowell, Rev. J. Episcopal Me- 
thodist 

Hartwieh, George, book-keeper 

HERCHMEll, ROBT. postmaster 
and general merchant 

Hinchey, Nathaniel, farmer 

Hinchey, Thomas, boot and shoe- 
maker 

Hooper, Henry, photographer 

Hunter, Paul, carpenter 

Hyland, Edward, blacksmith 



COUNTlf OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



215 



• 



Hymers, Adam C. carpenter 

Jackson, D. W. grocer 

Jackson, John, grocer 

Jackson, Mrs. Jane, proprietor 
North American Hotel 

Jones, Richard, carding and fulling 
mills 

JOYNER, CHARLES, J.P. prop 
Tamworth mills, saw mills, 
carding mills, &c. 

JOYNER, HENRY, superinten- 
dent, Tamworth mills 

KNIGHT, JAMES, M.D., phy- 
sician and suagcon 

LAPUM, J. N. general merchant 

Loyst, Simeon, stage proprietor 
and potash inspector 

Lumit, Peter, laborer 

McAdams, Samuel, laborer 

McKim, Elias, grocer and waggon 
maker 

Mark, Rev. Robert, Wesleyan 
Methodist 

Martin, Sherman, carriage maker 

MILLER, GEORGE, tannery 

MILLER, GEORGE, manufac- 
turer of agricultural implements 

Neely, R. N. farmer 

Neville, Michael, clerk 

Nevilla, Denis, faraier 

PERRY, EBENEZER, Crown 
land agent 

Plllman, Christopher, blacksmith 

POWELL, RICHARD U. tin- 
ware, stoves, &c. 

Richardson, George, blacksmith 

Ring, Edward, cooper 

Ring, John, wood turner 

Rogers, Benjamin, laborer 

ROSE, ALFRED, general mer- 
chant 



Rose, William A. grocer 
Scouten, Michael S. schoolteacher 
Selden, Francis, harness-maker 
SHERMAN, JOHN, general mer- 
chant 
Shields, Charles, carriage painter 
Shields, James, carriage manufac- 
turer 
Simmons, Benjamin, distiller 
Simmons, Myers, miller 
Smith, Jacob, clerk 
SMITH, HARVEY, general mer- 
chant 
SMITH, ROBERT McD. general 

merchant 
SMITH & SMITH (Harvey and 
Robert Smith) general mer- 
chants 
SMYTHE, REV. W. HERBERT, 

Church of England 
Storing, Mareuus, cooper 
Sweeney, Roger, ostler, Adding- 
ton House 
TAMWORTH HOTEL, Luke A. 
Wheeler, proprietor (see card, 
p. 210) 
Thomson, John, waggonmaker 
Vandywatcrs, Reuben, clerk 
Wheeler, Alonzo, shoeniaker 
Wheeler, Col. Calvin, gentleman 
Wheeler, Jam.es, carpenter 
WHEELER, LUKE A. proprietor 
Tamworth Hotel (see card, 
p. 216) 
Wheeler, Richard, farmer 
Wheeler, Wm. R. cabinet maker 
Wi(son, John, tinsmith 
Wiseman, Francis, mason 
Worthington, John, bakery 
Youngs, Norman, carpenter 



21C 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



COtJNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



217 



TAMWORTH HOTEL, 

LUXE A. WHEELER, - - - - Proprietor. 

■* ■ ^ 

This House is well furnislied, and evefy Comfort cao be bad 

BY GUESTS STOPPING AT THE HOUSE. 
ALWAYS ON HAND. 



GOOD STABLING AND ATTENTIVE OSTLERS. 



WILTON. — A post village in the township of Erncsttown and 
county of Addingtou, situated on Big Creek, 11 miles from Napanee, 
the county town ; 10 from Kingston, and 4 from Odessa. The 
village eontiiiiis one store ; flour and saw mills ; a good sehool, with 
a total attendance of 100 pupils, average 40 — under the charge of 
Mr. Scouten. There are two churches : a Wesleyan ^lethodist, 
erected in 1S40, of stone, which will sent 800, Rev. William Briden, 
minister; and .1 Primitive Methodist Church, erected in 1853, of 
frame, seats 300. Tlicre is a Lodge of Good Templars — John Par- 
rott, W. C. ; Wm, Gillett, W. S. Mails daily. Population, 300. 



Beattie, Dawson, cabinetmaker 
Davey, John, saddle and harness 

maker 
Giehooly, John, shoemaker 
Giehooly, John, Bear Saloon 
Hamilton, John A. exchange 

broker 
Hurley, John, blacksmith 
Hurley, William, butcher 
Keller, Andrew, tanner and currier 
Lapura, N. 11., J. P. 
Lee, Joseph, blacksmith 



Lewis, Hiram, collecting and gene- 
ral agent 
McClement, David, tailor 
Ovens, William, cabinet maker 
Penbody, M. M. watchmaker -^ 
Peters, J.imes, blacksmith 
Pultz, Henry, coroner and issuer 

of marriage licenses 
Scott, Charles, blacksmith 
Shibley, Jacob, J. P. 
Simmons Benjamin and Austiii( 
flouring mills 



f 



•"t- 



Simmons, Henry, hotel keeper 



Simmons, John, bailiff, Eleventh. Thompson, William, cabinet 



Division Court 
Snider, Jeremiah, J. P. 
Soles, Dubois, shoemaker 
Storms, Ruggles, township col- 
lector 



Thompson, James, carriage maker 



maker 

Warner, H. notary public 

WARNER. SIDNEY, J. P. post- 
master and general merchant 



YARKER. — A post village, situated on the Napanee river, in the 
township of Camden and county of Addington, first settled about 
twenty years ago. Distant from Kingston, 18 xa-?.ii, ^nd from 
Napanee, the county town, 13 miles. Population about 400. 



Ansley, Amos, carpenter and 

builder 
Ansley, Henry, J. P. 
Babcock, Peter, farmer 
Booth, John & Joshua, saw-mill 

proprietors 
Brown, Miss M. J. milliner and 

dressmaker 
Cambridge, Hugh, tailor and 

clothier 
Carl, John, farmer. 
Carl, Robt. carpenter and builder 
Carl, Thomas, boot and shoemaker 
Connolly, Joseph, foundry and 

machine shop 
Connolly & Benjamin, hub manu- 
facturers 
Davison, Ira, blacksmith 
Deere, Henry, hotel proprietor 
Dewitt, Cephas, pattern maker 
Freeburn, Adam, stone mason 
Gordon, Wm. tanner and currier 
Hanely, Miss Margaret school 

teacher 
Irwin, Robert, general merchant 
Johnston, James, carpenter and 

builder 
Joyner, Charles, boot and shoe- 
maker 
Lake, John, carriage and waggon 
maker 



Lockwood, Leonard, carpenter and 

builder 
Lockwood, Michael, blacksmith 
Lockwood, Samuel, carriage and 

waggon maker 
Long, J. moulder 
Lowery, James, machinist 
Martin, Joshua, insurance agent 
McCord, Charles, carriage and 

waggon maker 
McKean, A., J. P. flour and grist 

mill proprietor 
McPherson, James, miller 
Miller, George, J. P. 
Naglc, John, millwright 
O'Laughlin, Barnard, cabinet- 
maker 
O'Laughlin, Michael, cabinet- 
maker and hotel proprietor 
Perry, T. carpenter and builder 
Redpath, Benjamin, cabinetmaker 
Scott, James, foundry and machine 

shop 
SHIBLEY, JOHN A., J.P. post- 
master, saw-mill proprietor, gen- 
eral merchant, notary public, 
and commissioner in B. R. 
Shibley, S. W. clerk 
Vanluven, Alpheus, saddle and 

harness maker 
Vanluven, Luke, carpenter aud 
builder 



218 



TOWNS AND VILLAGES, 



Ward, WilUam, boot and shoe- 
maker 
Wainer, Ira, farmer 
Wartman, John A., clerk 
"Wartmao, S. S. tanner and currier 
Whelan, John, blacksmith 



Wood, James, lumber merchant 

Wood, Ilazlestinc & Carscallen, 
sash, blind and door manufac- 
turers and planing-mill propri- 
etors. 



IMPORTANT TO TARMEES. 



COE'S SUPER-PHOSPHATE OP LIME, 

A SUPERIOR PREPARATION OF GROUND BONES. 
FOR ALL FIELD AND GARDEN CROPS. 



IT MATURES CROPS FROM TEN TO TWENTY DATS EARLIER, AND 
■WONDERFULLY INCREASES THE YIELD. 

It was awarded the FIHST FRIZB for ARTIFICIAL "MANVBIS, 
at the Provincial Exhibition lu Kingston, In September, 1863. 

Mil. ANDREW COE, tlie proprietor, attends personally to its manufactare, 
■and be assures the public Ibat tbey may rely upon its quality being kept up to 
its present standard. Manufactured and for sale by 

ANDREW COE, Proprietor. 

At Montreal— Office, 33 St. Franfois Xavier Street. 
At Toronto— Office, 3 Masonic Ilall, Toronto Street. 

E. L. SNOW, General Agent. 



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.-4; 



COUNTY OF FRONTENAC. 



The county of Frontenac is boiuided on the north by the county 
of Renfrew, on the east by the counties of RcnfrL"v, Lanark, and 
Leeds, south, by the Bay of Quintfc, and west, by t!i" rounty of 
Addington. It comprised at one time a portion ot what v.as cUled 
the Midland District, but afterwards it was united with the counties 
of Lennox and Addington for judicial purposes ; the city nf Kingston 
being the county 5eat for the three counties. In 18C4, Frontenac was 
BPparatcd from Lennox and Addington, the city of Kingston still being 
the county seat of Frontenac — while Napanee has been made the 
capital of Lennox and Addington. The land of the southern townships 
is good ; but going further north, it becomes rocky and scarcely fit 
for agricultural purposes, and excellent marble has been found in 

great abundance; ■ -n i;- j 

Frontenac contains the following townships : Barnc, Bedford, 
Canonto, Clarendon, Ilinchinbrobkc, Kennebec, Kingston, Loughbo- 
rough, Olden, Oso, Palmerston, Pittsburgh, Portland, Storrington, and 
Wolfe Island. 

The following is a list of the Reeves and Deputy-Reeves within the 
county of Frontenac for the year 18G5, viz. : 

Name of Municipality. Reeve. 

Barrie ; Mr- Neal, 

Bedford and Palmerston... George Barr, 

Clarendon Mr. Watkins, 

Hinchinbrooke C.H.Godfrey, 

Kennebec J. S. .Parks, 

Kingston Robert Gibson, 

Loughborough William Mace, 

Olden George Cox, 

Oso Thomas Moore, 

Pittsburgh & Howe Island. Matthew Strachan 

Portland Elijah Joyner, 

Portsmouth William Mudic, 

Storrington William Gibson, 

Wolfe Island D.D.Calvin, 

D. D. Calvin, Warden. 

William Ferguson, Treasurer, 

Hugh Spring, Clerk. 



Deputy-Ueeve. 



P. W. Day. 
Charles Joyner. 



Robert Anglin, jun. 
Geo. Dennison, jun. 



Samuel Campbell. 
John Halliday. 



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220 



COUNTY OP FRONTENAC. 



THE COURTS 



of the County of Frontenac and city of Kingston, for the year 1865, 
■n-ill be held as follows : 

County Court and Quarter Sessions. — March Sittings, Tues- 
day, 14th March, 18G5 ; June Sittings, Tuesday, 13th June, 18C5 ; 
September Sittings, Tuesday, 12th September, 1865 ; December Sit- 
tings, Tuesday, 12th December, 18G5. 

County and Surrogate Terms. — January Term commences on 
Monday, 2nd January, 18G3 ; April Term, on Monday, 3rd April j 
July Term, on Monday, 3rd July j October Term, on Monday, 2nd 
October. 

W. G. Draper, Esq., M.A., Judge ; Thomas A. Corbett, Esq., 
Sheriff ; R. JI. Wilkison, Esq., County Attorney and Clerk of the 
Peace ; |Petcr O'Reilly, Esq., Clerk of the County Court, and Regis- 
trar of the Surrogate Court. 

DtvisiON Courts. — First Circuit, Inverary, Thursday, 12th Jan- 
ary ; Sydenham, Friday, 13th January; Ilarrowsmitb, Saturd.ay, 14th 
January; ^yfttcrloo, Monday ICth January, 18C5. Second Circuit — 
Inverary, Wednesday, 8th March ; Sydenham, Thursday, 9th March ; 
Harrowsmith, Friday, 10th March; Waterloo, Saturday, 11th March, 
18C5. Third Circuit — Inverary, Wednesday, 10th May; Sydenham, 
Thursday, 11th May; Harrowsmith, Friday, 12th May; Waterloo, 
Saturday, 13th May, 18G5. Fourth Circuit — Inverary, Wednesday, 
12th July; Sydenham, Tbursday, l.lth July; Ilarrowsmitb, Friday, 
14th July; Waterloo, Saturday,' 15th July, 18G5. Fifth Circuit— 
Inverary, Wednesday, Cth September ; Sydenham, Thursday, 7th 
September ; Harrowsmith, Friday, 8th September ; Waterloo, Satur- 
day, 9th September, 18G5. Sixth Circuit — Inverary, Wednesday, 
8th November ; Sydenham, Thursday, 9th November ; Ilarrowsmitb, 
Friday, lUth November; Waterloo, Saturday, 11th November, 18G5. 

City of Kinyston — No. 1, Tuesday, January 31 ; No. 2, Tuesday, 
February 28; No. 3, Tuesday, April 11 ; No. 4, Tuesday, May 16; 
No. 5, Tuesday, June 27 : No. G, Tuesday, August 22 ; No. 7, Tues- 
day, September 2G ; No. 8, Tuesday, October 24 ; No. 9, Tuesday, 
November 21 ; No. 10, Tuesday December 2G, 1805. 

Clerks of the Division Courts. — No. 1, John Dull", Esq., 
Kingston ; No. 6, Edward Upham, Esq., Sydenham ; No. 7, P. 
McKini, Esq , Waterloo; No. 10, Samuel Stewart, Esq., Ilarrowsmith ; 
No. 12, Hugh Campbell, Esq., Inverary. 

R. M. Wilkison, Clerk of the Peace. 






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COUNTi' 01' FRONTENAC. 



POST OFFICES. 



Poet Office. 



Battersea 

Bellrock 

Birmingham 

Brewer's Mills 

Cloyne 

Collinsby 

Deniston 

Elginburg 

Fermoy 

Garden Island 

Glenburnie 

Glenvale 

Hardingc 

Ilarrowsmith 

Howe Island 

Inverary 

Kingston Mills 

Loughborough 

Mountain Grove 

Murvale ■•• 

Parham 

Petworth 

Pitts Ferry 

Portsmouth 

Railton 

Sharpton 

Verona 

Waterloo 

Westbrook 

AV'ilmur 

Wolfe Island \ 

(P. O. Marysville)... J 



PostmaBtcr. 

Cornelius Vanluven 

Daniel Brown 

ilrs. E Birmingham 

Robert Anglin, sen 

Bibens Clark 

Lawrence Herkimer 

T. A. Grant 

Peter Bates 

Edward Botting 

(Mails dailyfrom 

D. J. Waggoner 

Robert Gibsou 

A. Ilawley Stevens 

Samuel Stewart 

R. Urquhaft 

Hugh Ralston 

Thomas Burrows 

Hugh Madden 

E. L. Godfrey 

Michael Davey ...,, ;. 

Thomas A. Grant 

E. L. Carseallen 

Daniel Root 

George McLcod 

John Walsh 

Robert N. Storms 

A. M. Clarke , 

Joseph Nortbmore 

Benjamin Clark 

Peter Freennui 



221 



Townahip. 
Storriugton. 
Portland. 
Pittsburgh. 
Pittsburgliy 
Barrie. 
Kingston. 

lliuehiubrooke. 

Kingston. 

Bedford. 

King.ston.) 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Barne. 

X'ovtland. . 

Pittsburgh. 

Storrington. 

Kingston. 

Loughborough. 

Olden. 

Portland. 

UiiK-hinbrookc. 

Portland. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 

Loughborough. 

Kingston. 

Portland. 

Kingston. 

Kingston. 
. Loughborough. 



George Malone Wolfe Island. 



RETURN OF AGRICTLTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE COUNTY OF 
FRONTENAC. 



Occupiers of lands — total . 

10 acres and under. . . . 

10 " to 20 

20 " to 50 ... 

50 " to 100 
100 " to 200 
200 " and upwards. 



2807 

90 

59 

620 

124.2 

G40 

15S 



t 



222 



COUNTY OF FRONTKNAC. 



LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acrc3 307142 

" unJer culti-pation 123834 

" ciops 81289 

" <■ pasture 41444 

" " gardens and orchards 1101 

Wood and wild lauds 183307 

Casli value of farms, in dollars 4389391 

" " farming implements 253GC4 

" " produce of gardens and orchards 22237 

Quantity of land held hy townspeople, not being farmers . . ■2G17 

Fall wheat — acres C71 

bushels 10592 

Spring wheat — acres 17842 

bushels 324955 

Barley — acres 1856 

bushels 53222 

Rye — acres 3G06 

" bushels 00404 

Peas — acres 8953 

•■ bushels 174G32 

Oats— acres 14982 

" bushels 491282 

Buckwheat — acres 1231 

bushels 2G413 

Indian corn — acres 1102 

bushels 28900 

Potatoes — acres 3518 

bushels 314987 

Turnips — acres 299 

bushels 42192 

Carrots — bushels 141G2 

Mangel wurzcl— acres 26 

bushels 5092 

Beans " 983 

Clover, Timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels 351 

nay— tons 20987 

Hops— lbs 1930 

•Flax and hemp — lbs 538 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen, and steers 1586 

Milch cows - 9582 

Calves and heifers 8349 

Horses, over three years old . . > . 5430 



COX)NTY OF FIIONTENAC. 



225 



Value of same, in dollars ''''^^El 

Colts and fillies 2472 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 808313 



DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 



Butter- lbs 



C39452 



Cheese-lbs ,183M 

Maple sugar — lbs 
Cider— gallons 



12806 

32117 

154 

1353 

5540 

48 

56 

875 

51 807 

8 

300 



139329 
2978 

\Vooi— fbs" ?2147 

Fulled cloth— yards • 

Flannel — yards 

Linen — yards 

Beef-in barrels of 200 lbs 

Pork " " 

Fish — salted in barrels 

" sold fresh, lbs 

Carriages kept for pleasure 

Value of same in dollars j 

Carriages kept for hire 

Value of same, in dollars 

Census nv Origin.— England and Wales, 1487 ; Scotland, (178 ; 
Ireland, 50fi8 ; Natives of Canadn, not of French orl-in, 18,385 ; 
French origin, 595 ; United States, 10U3 ; Nova Scolia and Pnnce 
Edward's Island, 14; New Brunswick, 7; Newfomidland, 2; West 
Indies 9 ; Prussia, German States and Holland, 58 ; France, 18 ; Italy 
and Greece, 2 ; Spain and Portugal, 3 ; Switzerland, 5 ; Sweden and 
Norway", 3 ; Guernsey, Jersey, and.other British Jslands, ; all other 
places, 8 ; at Sea, : not known, 1 ; total, 27,347. 

Census nv Religion.— Church of England, G759 ; Cliurch of 
Rome 7177; Established Church of Scotland, 1951 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 1515; United Presbyterians, 509; Wesleyau Methodists, 
4535 ; Episcopal Methodists, 3349 ; New Connexion Methodists, 58 ; 
other' Methodists, 949 ; Baptists, 114 ; Lutherans, 16; Congrega- 
tionalists, 23 ; Quakers, 80 ; Bible Christians, 9 ; Second Adventists, 
43- Protestants, 80 ; Jews, 10; Univcrsnhsta, 2; Unitarians, 1; 
Mormons, 1; No Religion, 100; Creed unknown, 10; others not 
classed, 43 ; total, 27,347. 

Personal Census uy Townships.— Barrie and Clarendon, 463 
Bedford, 1C91 ; Hinchinbrooke, 7G0 ; Kennebec, 429; Kingston 
4587 • Loughborough, 2452 ; Miller and Cauonto, C8 ; Oldon, 435 
Oso 349; Palmerston, 127; Pittsburgh, 4394; Portland, 283G 
Stor'rington, 2894 ; Wolfe Island, 3601 ; Portsmouth village, 892 
Forts Henry and Frederick, Penitentiary, and Lunatic Asylum, 1369 
total, 27,347. 



TOWNSHIPS OF BARRIE AND CLARENDON. 



The township of Barrie is bounded on the north by the township of 
Abinger, county of Addington, on the enst by the township of Clareu- 
don, on the south by the townsliip of Kcuucbce, and on the west by 
the township of Anglesca, county of Addington. The township of 
Clarendon is hounded on the north by the township of Miller, on the 
east by the township of Palmcrston, on the south by the township of 
Olden, and on the west by the township of Barrie. The townships 
contain some excellent land, and the Frontenac road passes through 
the township of Clarendon, and settlements have been made on either 
side of the road, while the township of Barrie is pretty well settled. 
The timber is a mixture of hardwood and pine, and both townships 
are well watered. Below we give the agricultural returns from the 
last Census. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIPS OF 
BARRIE AND CLARENDON. 

Occupiers of land — total 6G 

20 acres and under 50 i 

50 •' " 100 56 

100 " " 20O 4 

200 '• and upwards 2 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres '. 6785 

Amount under cuUivatiou ." 458 

" crops 434 

" pasture 17 

*• gardens and orchards 7 

Wood and wild lands 6327 

Cash value of farms in dollars 25348 

" farming implements ' 878 

Produce of gardens and orchards 152 

Fall wheat — acres I 

" bushels 20 

Spring wheat — acres 87 

bushels 1089 



TOWNSUirS OF B.\nRIE AND CLARENDOM. 22.'! 
t 

Barley — acres 7 

" bushels 7C 

Rye — acres iO 

" bushels 118 

Peas — acres 10 

" bushels 215 

Oats — acres 119 

" bushels ': 1813 

Buckwheat — acres 25 

bushels 504 

Indian corn — acres i 19 

bushels 272 

Potatoes — acres 5C 

bushels.... 4810 

Turnips — acres 41 

bushels 4303 

Carrots — bushels 13 

Mangel-wurzel — acres 2 

" " bushels 185 

Beans — bushels 23 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels 19 

Hay — tons 33 

Hops— lbs 1048 

Flax and hemp— lbs.; 22 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 45 

Milch cons ' 4G 

Calves and heifers ■ .- G 1 

Horses over three years old 51 

Value of same in dollars. 337S 

Colts and fillies 1 

Sheep U 

Pigs 41 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 400 1 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter — lbs 3575 

Majilc sugar — lbs 0680 

Vool— lbs 103 

Flannel — yards 76 

Beef— in barrels of 200 lbs 20 

Pork " " 30 

Carriages kept for pleasure 4 

Value of same in dollars 2IU 

16 



TO\VNSiriPS OF BAiiim; and clahendon. 



TOWNSHIPS Ol' BARUIi; AND CLARENDON. 



227 



Census bt Origin. — Natives of Englnnd and Wales, 49 ; Ireland, 
24 ; Canada, not of French origin, 32j ; French origin, 39 ; United 
States, 24; Prussia, Gcrinnn States and Holland, 2— Total, 103. 

CuNsus tY Eeligion. — Church of England Itj ; Church of Rome, 
S3 ; Es^rhlished Church of Scotland, 83 ; United Prcsbytprians, 4 ; 
Weslev.m Methodists, 102 ; Episcopal Methodists, 102 ; Protestants, 
13— Total, 403. 



TOWNSHIP 


OE EARKIE. 








Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Allen, Joseph 


3 


30f 


Gordanicr, Robert 


1 range 


,2Gfh 


Benny, Joseph 


! 


I6f 


Grannis, Ilcury 


3 


29 fh 


Bigell, Nathaniel 


1 


21f 


Grannis, Robert 


■ ) 


35f 


Bishop, George 


1 


Ofh 


Grey, Robert 


■J 


31fh 


Bosley, Francis 


1 rans;c 


.'if 


Grunwell, John 


I range 


40fh 


Bosley, Francis 


1 range 


20 


Ilanes, Smith 


o 


30f 


Bongnrd, Bernard 


1 range 


34f 


Ilawlcy, Andrew 


1 range 


44f 


Britton, Charles E. 


1 range 


7( 


llawlcy, Coleman 


1 


41f 


]?ro'.vn, David 


3 


2Gfh 


Uawley, David 




■14f 


Brown, Henry 


4 


3Uf 


Ilawlcv, Peter 


1 range 


33f 


Campbell, William 


1 


7hf 


IlawleV, Philo 


1 " 


27f 


Cavocnlian, Peter 





22f 


Herbert George 


1 


saf 


Chadwiclc, Uobcrt 


.'» 


32f 


Hiller, Jacob 


1 


23f 


Clark, IC. & B. 


1 


Mfh 


Hiller, James 




43 f 


Clark, Merrill 


1 range 


15f 


Hillier, Tiuc-niiiu 


■ > 


;iGth 


Clifford, John, sen. 


3 


3.5 fh 


Hnestis, Levi 


1 


32fh 


CHfford, John, juu. 


3 


33f 


Lacke, Lewis & Nich 


1 range 


25 


Cole, Bernard 


8 


28fh 


Lees, Joseph 


4 


llf 


Cook, John 


3 


33f 


Lessley, Hugh 


1 range 


29 


Cornell, Benuui 


1 range 


Ihf 


Lewis, Hiram 


i 


lOf 


Cowan, Alexander 


8 


29f 


Lynch, John 


4 


20f 


Crosslev, John 


I range 


33 f 


J-yneh, Luke 


4 


.37f 


Dack, David 


1 range 


44f 


McCatnnion, George 


1 range 


4.';f 


Daek, John & Thomas 1 




-McCashn, William 


10 


42f 


Deighton, "WiUiam 


1 


13l'h 


MoKim, Chriitophei 


i; 


40f 


Dcmpsey, William 


8 


30fh 


^L'ltllu■^vs, John 


1 


39f 


Doiilge, John, sen 


1 


24 


-MavjiarJ, William 


1 range 


25f 


Doidge, John, jun 


1 


23fh 


Mecks, Denison 


10 


30f 


Dyer, Daniel L. 


13 


24 f 


Mepcr, WiUard 


1 range 


28f 


Dyer, William 


18 


24 fh 


Miller, Adolplius 


1 range 


24 f 


Dylyea, Alexander 
Fuller, George 


) 


20 


Miller, George 


3 


28 f 





3 If 


Mdler, Francis 


1 


30f 


Gilbert, Edward 


3 


23f 


Miller, Joseph 


i range 


20 


(iordanier, Juhn 


1 


3Ifh 


Miller, ^A'illianl 


3 


23f 





Cod. 


Lot. 




Coi:. 


Lot. 


Mills, William B. 


10 


19f 


Scott, Robcit 


I 


33f 


AToore, Conrad 


8 


29f 


Searl, John 


1 




Morgan, Daniel 


>> 


4 Of 


Sliibley, Schylo 


1 


21 f 


Mountainly, John 


1 


40f 


Shirteliff, William 


o 


21f 


Ncel, Israel- 


4 


41f 


Simmons, Peter 


1 range 


2.1 


Neil, John 


3 


4lf 


Snider, Charles 


10. 


t' 


U'Brien, Christopher 


1 


41f 


Stevens, A. H. 


1 range 




O'Brien, Jamea 1 


range 


12f 


Stover, Jacob & Val 


en. 9 


f 


Palmerlen, Caton 


.) 


26f 


Tapping, Thomas 


1 




Palmerten, John 


2 


34f 


Tapping, Thos. jun.. 


1 range 


42f 


Parks, John 


1 


28f 


Teal, Nelson 


1 


25f 


Parks, John 


5 


22f 


Thompson, Andrew 


> 


I9f 


Paul, Robert 


5 


24 f 


Thomjjson, D. & 


A. "" 




Plato, Andrew . 


2 


21f 


Campbell 


1 


20f 


Perry, A. B. ' 1 


range 


23f 


Thompson, Elias 


9 


24 f 


Perry, Edward 


7 


19f 


Thompson, Thomas 


■1 


35f 


Perry, Daniel 


8 


35f 


Thompson, William 


2 


l&f 


Perry, John 


8 


22f 


Trumps, William 


1 range 


35 


Perry, Samuel P. 


7 


38f 


Vanalstine, Bernard 


1 


28f 


Pie, Richard 1 


range 


27f 


V.analstiue, Jacob 


2 


22f 


Pipe, John 


2 


22f 


Vanalstine, S. L. 


1 


23f 


Pipe, William 


3 


21f 


Vanalstine, Simon 


>; 


23 f 


Quackenbush, Peter > 


c 




Warlman, Peter S. 


I 


17f 


John 1 


range 


18f 


Weese, Ira 


2 rai'gc 


30f 


Richardson, Abraham 


8 


22f 


Wbitennin, Thomas 


1 


2Gf 


Richardson, David 


8 


42f 


Winters, John 


1 range 


17f 


Remo, J. I 


range 


.'if 


Winters, William 


S 


23 


RoY> James 


1 


43f 


Wise, William 


o 


32f 


Scott, James 


3 


20f 


Wright, William 


10 


29f 



TOWNSHIP OF CLAIIENDON. 



Oon. Lot. 
Alberts, John bw t 

Barton, John sw 28f 

Barton, Sam. & Jesse, nc 2Ci( 
Benn, Cliarlcs G 9f 

llloss, Charles 2 range 28f 

Bremner, Jas. & Jno. ue & swli 
Breinner, William sw range 2H' 
Brown, II. G. fi 30f 

Christian, Augusts 8 2,'if 

(Jlow, William nc range 24f 



Coojjer, Samuel 
Cousing, John 
Crawford, Andrew 
Cring, John S: Leonard 11 
Curry, Daniel 
i Davey, Benjamin 
Elkingtuii, Charles 
Fiedlers, William 
Floyd, Joseph 
Gillis. Mr. 6 



Con. Lot. 
sw 20 f 
ne 34f 
sw 25f 

2Gf 
ne 2Cf 
ne f 
sw 30f 
sw 2Cf 
sw Gf 

21 f 



228 



TOWNSHIl" OF BEDFORD. 







Con. Lot. 




Con. Lot. 


Gulliver, Joliu 


sw 


range I9f 


Switzer, Calvin 


7 31fh 


llendersoii, David 




sw 29f 


Switzer, Joseph 


10 29f 


llcuderson, John 




ne 28f 


Switzer, Joseph 


12 39f 


Hctlieringtou, James 


sw 29f 


Switzer, Orien 


7 35fh 


Ilicks, Isaac 




ne 2Sf 


Tail, Tliomas 


7 22f 


Jacobi, R. 




G 22 


Telgmani & Ucbahost 


5 29 f 


Keller, Charles 




10 f 


Telgmani & Ucbahost 


6 27 


Keller, Christopher 




ne 12f 


Thclcnberg, William 


5 23f 


Keller, Jacob 




ne 22f 


Tyner, George 


8 23f 


Knight, Cornelius 




10 f 


Tyner, Michael 


sw 2.5 


McDonald, Robert 




9 35 


Tyner, Tliomas 


7 29f 


McLaren Mr. 




8 21f 


Tyner, Thomas 


ne 24f 


Perry, Christopher 




ne lOf 


Vankoughnett, George 


sw20f 


Platzs, William 




3w 30f 


Vankoughnctt, John 


8w24f 


Playfair, A. W. 


sv\ 


&nc 2,Tf 


Ward, James 


sw f 


Playfair, John 
Rich, James 




sw 30f 


Ward, William 


3w 19 




5 22f 


Watkins, BramwcU sw 


&ne I8f 


Schordefigar, Mark 




sw llf 


W^atkius, Nathaniel 


ne,22 


Scliuatv, Henry 


2 


range 2-1 f 


Wheeler, James 


9 3 


Shanks, William 


ne 


range 8fh 


Wheeler, Richard 


n 31f 


Snider, George 




sw 20f 


White, G. S. 


6 30f 


Snider, Jacob 


ne 


range 35f 


White, Rev. G. S. ne 


range 27f 


Stemberg, Charles 




uc 25f 







TOWNSHIP OF BEDFORD. 



T?IE township of Bedford is bounded on the north by the township 
of Oso; ou the east and north-east by the townships of South Sher- 
brooke, county of Lanark, and North Crosby, county of Leeds ; ou 
the south by Storrington and Loughborough ; and on the west by the 
township of Iliuchinbrooke. The township is well watered by nume- 
merous little lakes, among which may be mentioned Crow lake, Bob's 
lake. Canoe lake, Devil lake, White lake, and Wolfe lake — and rivers, 
which abound in fish, and join one small lake with another, and 
eventually lead them iuto the Rideau lake and river. The timber 
is a mixture of hard\yood and pine. It lies on the eastern border of 
the county of Frontcnac, about 20 miles to the north of the city of 
Kingston ; and is accessible by the Trontenac road, which divides the 
township from Hinchiubrookc, and runs north through tjie county. 
The following is an abstract of the last census. 



■roWNSIIIl" OF BEDFOIID. 



220 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
BEDFORD. 



Occupiers of land — total 2];> 

■ 10 acres and under -1 

10 " to 20 ■ 3 

20 " to 50 .- 20 

50 •' to 100 117 

100 " to 200 sy 

200 " and upwards 10 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 27592 

" under cultivation 8ll(> 

" crops 0299 

" " pasture 478(3 

" " gardens and orchards 31 

Wood and wild lands 19 17fi 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 108385 

" " farming implements 5225 

Produce of gardens and orchards 20 

Fall wheat — acres 112 

bushels 1717 

Spring wheat — acres 9-13 

" bushels M531 

Barley — afres 1 ' 

" bushels 1"^' 

Rye — acres ' 218 

" bushels 2353 

Peas — acres 34G 

" bushels 'IC77 

Oats— acres 381 

•■ bushels J931G 

Buckwheat — acres ^4 

•• bushels 1057 

Indian corn— acres 131 

" bushels. . .' 3052 

Potatoes — acres ~7G 

bushels ■ 2G385 

Turnips — acres 24 

" bushels 3330 

Carrots — bushels 9 

Mangel wurzel — bushels 10 

Clover, timothy, mi other grass seeds — bushels 1 

Hay — tons loHS 



230 



TOWNSHIP 01' BEDFORD. ' 



Hops— lbs 3 

Flax nnd hemp — lbs 10 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen, and steers 183 

Milch cows C15 

Calves and Iieifeis 705 

Horses, over 3 years old 220 

Value of same, in dollars 14700 

Colts and fdlies 112 

Sheep 1 138 

rigs 72G 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 52005 

DOMESTIC m.vnufactuhes. 

Butter— lbs " 32680 

Cheese— lbs 250 

Maple sugar — lbs 1 99C6 

Wool— lbs 3-168 

Fulled cloth— yards 863 

Flanucl— yards 2835 

Beef in barrels of 200 lbs , 50 

Pork « " 532 ' 

Carriages kept for pleasure 6 

Value of same, in dollars 537 

Censvs I)Y Origin. — England nnd Wales 32; Scotland, 19 ; Irc-- 
land, 371; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 1233; French 
origin, 9; United States, 27; total, 1691. 

Census by Religion. — Church of England, 445 ; Church of 
Home, 7-16 ; I'^stablished Church of Scotland, 201 ; Free Church of 
Scotland,.'); Weslcyau Methodists, 211 ; Episcopal Methodists, 60; 
other Methodists, IS; Baptists, 5; total, 1691. 



Agncw, Matthew 
Agnew, Patrick 
Aguew, Torence 
Alexander, William 
Anderson, James 
.-Vndcrson, John 
.-Vudrcws, Stephen 
Arkright, Benjamin 
Asscltine, Thomas 
Asseltine, William 
Atcheson, James 



Con. 


Lot. 


(I 


3 Oh 


."5 


29h 





30h 


1 


30h 


G 


27h 





17h 


o 


21fh 


12 


3fh 


11 


21fh 


3 


8h 


12 


22rh 



Atcheson, John 
Atcheson, John 
Atcheson, William 
Babcock, Benjamin 
Babcock, David 
Babcock, Darius 
Babcock, Eli 
Babcock, 11. Ariel 
Babcock, Jacob 
Babcock, James 
Babcock, Norman 



Con. 


Lot. 


12 


21fh 


7 


1.5fh 


9 


26f 


O 


45h 


3 


3h 


G 


2fh 


3 


3h 


1 


2h 


o 


6fh 


2 


4h 


5 


2h 



TOWNSHIP OV BSOrORD. 



231 





Oon. 


Lot. 


Babcock, Philander 


3 


.--.h 


Barr, George, sen. 


■ 8 


:!3fh 


Barr, George, jnn. 


9 


2.'ih 


Barr, James 


8 


28f 


Barr, Samuel 


8 


27f 


Barr, William 


7 


22fh 


Barrett, Michael 


3 


llh 


Bateman, Henry 


11 


I9fh 


Bedoir, Alexander 


4 


28h 


Bedoir, Angus 


3, 4 27,28h | 


Bedoir, Joseph 


4 


21fh 


Bedoir, Louis 


4 


20h 


Bedoir, Peter 


6 


26h 


Bedoir, Simon 


6 


27h 


Bedoir, Widow 


5 2 


6,27fh 


Bellin, Francis 


9 


23fh 


Bennet, John 


6 


19h 


Bond, William 


13 


2fh 


Bottiug, Benjamin 


/ 


18fh 


Botting, Edward 


10 


21fh 


Bottiug, John 


7 


231i 


Bradley, Edward 




29h 


Bradley, William 


7 


24h 


Bradshaw, George 


2 


2Gfh 


Brash, F. William 


U 


21fh 


Brash, Graviel 


. 11 


21fh 


Brash, John 


10 


13l'h 


Brennan, Peter, 


6 


IGfh 


Brennan, Thomas 


10 


6h 


Brine, Henry 


9 


(ih 


Brine, John 


9 


6h 


Burgon, George 


10 


I9fh 


Burns, Hugh 


7 


9h 


Burns, Lawrence 


16 


Sh 


Byrne, John, sen. 


6 


22fh 


Byrne, John, jun. 


5 


IS 


Camel, William 


4 


Idh 


Cameron, James 


12 


19fh 


Cameron, John 


13 


19fh 


Cameron, Joseph 


17 


2fh 


Carasel, John 


.'. 


17fh 


Carry, Edward 


8 


21h 


Carry, Patrick 


12 


13h 


Carry, Peter 


9 


20h 


Caton, Bobert 


11 


21fh 



Cavanagh, AV'illiam 

Cawley, Patrick 

Chaffy, John & Co. 

Chaffy, John & Co. 

Clancy, Peter 

Clow, George 

Coal, James 

Colter, James 

Colter, Thomas 

Conners, John 

Connors, Widow 

Cook, Robert 

Coragon, Anthony 

Cox, John 

Creamer, W. George 

Crow, Patrick 

Croizer, Adam 

Croizer, Thomas 
Cummcrford, Thom.is 
Cutting, Jo'.in 
Daley, John 
Decl, Perry 
Demars, Jame= 
Denison, Robert 
Donagan, >Iatthew 
Donagan, Thomiis 
Donelson, Charles 
Donohne, Jeremiaii 
Douohue, Patrick 
Doran, Peter 
Doyle, Patrick 
DralTin, John 
Eddie, Benjamin 
Edmonds, Caleb 
Ewings, John 
Ewings,, Thomas 
Fcney, Martin 
Fitzgerald, Edward 
Fitzgerald, Tliomas 
Fitzgerald, Thomas 
Fitzgerald, William 
Fluke, Thomas 
Foley, Andrew 
Frawlcy, Timothy 
Fraini, Thomas 



Con. 


Lot. 


11 


14h 


10 


I8h 


7 


11 


14 


liifh 


() 


20fh 


^1 


3li 


1 


Ml 


1 


6fh 


2 


7f 


• 3 


3h 


o 


&h 


7 


22fh 


4 


13h 


i 


21h 


1 


Ifh 


•1 


llfh 


7 


25h 


/ 


2jh 


4 


all 


(; 


20h 


2 


Oh 


11 


i9h 


13 


7h 


14 


Ih 


-! 


llh 


-! 


lOh 


n 


9h 


10 


20fh 


12 


ISfh 


6 


18h 


5 


28h 


7 


2Gfh 





2fh 


1 


20fU 


13 


20fh 


12 


20fh 


10 


23h 


2 


l.th 


1 


6fh 


1 


12h 


1 


8h 


17 


3h 


6 


Hfh 


2 


8h 


1 


23h 



232 

r rawley, "Michael 
Fredciiburgh, II. W. 
Fiinipj', Lewis 
Garvin, John 
Garvin, Tliomas 
Garvin, William 
Gibson, David 
Gilluly, James 
Girdon, James 
Golden, Patrick 
Goode, liohcrt 
Goughan, John 
Green, Ileury 
Griffin, John 
Griffin, Robert, sen. 
Griffin, Kohert, jun. 
llamilton, Alex. 
Hamilton, George 
Hamilton, Jacob 
Hamilton, John 
Hamilton, Jolm 
Hamilton, liobcrt 
Hanagh, James 
Hnnagh, John 
Hanagh, John 
Harris, John 
llftskings, Eli 
Hastings, Thomas 
Hastings, AVidow 
Hustings, AVilliam 
Hcaly, Michael 
Henipton, Jolm 
Hcrrington, Denis 
Ilenstredge, Josepli 
llibbert, Michael 
Hickey, James 
lliekcy, Patrick 
Hill, Thomas 
Hinds, Micliael 
Hoppins, Aaron 
Horning, Ephraim 
Howes, George 
Howes, George, jun. 
Howes, Thomas 
Hunt, Henry 



TOWNSHIP OF nEDFORD. 



Con. 

1 

9 
12 

11 

10 
U 
11 

10 
12 

8 

2 
12 
II 

I 

1 

3 

G 




I.'") 

8 



9 

17 

11 

I 

3 

4 

S 

1 



2 

M 



Lot. 

7h 
30f 

9h 
19fh 
19h 
20 fh 
llh 
121i 
llfh 
20fh 
18h 
l/fh 

2h 
20fh 
)9f 
IKfh 
l.Mi 
llh 
Mh 
l-ifh 

.Ofli 
lOh 
19h 
19h 
ICh 

Ifh 

2:uh 

lOfh 

Ufh 

21h 

27h 

2.jfh 

29h 

9h 
15h 
llh 

Ifh 
23fh 

Ih 

."ih 

4fh 
I7h 
17 

(ih 





Con. 


Lot. 


Hunter, John 


1 


29h 


Hurley, Michael 


8 


20h 


Johnston, Thomas 


3 


30h 


Jones, Ebben 


9 


33h 


Jones, Justice 


U 


24L 


Jones, Stephen 
Judge, Patrick 


11 

7 


24h 
20h 


Judge, Patrick 


8 


15h 


Judge, Thomas 


11 


20fh 


Judge, William 


G 


12h 


Judge, William 


U 


lOh 


Keagher, John 
Keily, James 


12 

1 


ICh 
.5h 


Keily, John 
Keily, Patrick 


1 

7 


25fh 
12fh 


Keith, Phincas 


17 


2h 


Kelly, Francis 


1 


3h 


Kelly, Michael 


2 


9fh 


Kenndy, David 


11 


12h 


Kenady, Jolm 


3 


281i 


Kenady, Jolin 


'12 


18h 


Kenady, Michael 


11 


ISfh 


Kenady, Patrick 
Kenady, Thomas 


12 
12 


Uh 

12h 


Kenady, William 


2 


28h 


King, Joseph 
Kish, Lemuel 


7 


8h 
19fh 


Lnidlaw, David 


M 


llfh 


Lakins, John 


13 


3fh 


Langlin, George 


f) 


.-ill 


Lee, M'illiam 


6 


23h 


Lee, AVilliam, jnn. 


10 


2-lfh 


Lemon, James 


3 


fih 


Lemon, Solomon 


3 


3li 


Loveless, Jacob 


3 


2h 


Loveless, N. Marshall 


3 


Ih 


Luiin, John 


2 


30h 


Lynctt, Tliomas 


.10 


23fh 


Lynn, William li. 


7 


19fh 


McCalester, John 


8 


llh 


McCalester, Stephen 


7 


12h 


McCatheran, Daniel 


2 


24L 


McCann, Edward 


8 


22fh, 


McCoy, John 
McCarty, Charles 


4 

9 


2Gfh 
91i 



TOWNSHir OF BEDFOnU. 



233- 



McCarty, Charles 
McCarty, Daniel 
McCue, Edward 
^IcCue, Patrick 
McDonald, Patrick 
McDonnell, William 
McHale, John 
McGowan, Hiigh 
McGregor, John 
McGowan, Thomas 
McKievcr, James 
McKiever, James, jun. 
McNeil, Archibald 
McNeil, William 
McPhersons, Thomas 
Mararity, John 
Mararity, Michael 
Mararity, Timothy 
^lartin, Eli 
iftach, Francis 
Miller, Thomas 
Miller, Robert 
Monlton, George 
Murphy, Andrew 
Murphy, John 
JIurphy, Jolm 
Murphy, Patrick 
!Murphy, Thomas 
Murphy, William 
Murray, James, 
Nesbit, John 
Nessey, Barnard 
Ncssey, Patrick 
Newman, Samuel 
Nickels, William 
Nickelson, James 
Nickles, Patrick 
Nickles, Walter 
Nixsay, Francis 
Noble, Charles 
Noonan, Patrick 
O'Rrine, Thomas 
O' Brine, Widow 
O'Connell, Daniel 
O'Hare, Charles 



Cou. 


Lot. 




10 


lOh 


?ain, Robert 


12 


1 ."ih 


Persons, Amon 


12 


21fh 


I'orter, Moses 


12 


nth 


Puffer, George 


5 


13fh 


Quinn, Edward 


14. 


8f 


Quinn, James 


v! 


21f 


Quinn, William 


8 


23 


Handles, George 


3 


25fh 


Randies, Gilbert 


8 


23h 


Ravin, D. George 


2 


7fh 


Rcnshaw, Daniel 


. 3 


lOfh 


Renshaw, Matthew 


9 


22fh 


Reed, Robert 


8 


20fh 


Retan, Creamer 


2 


21h 


Riddle, James 


12 


8h 


Ricly, Hugh 


13 


ISfh 


Riely, Hugh, jun 


10 


llfh 


Ricly, Widow 


2 


4fh 


Robinson, Tliomas 


11 


18fh 


Rorison, D. Robert 


13 


8fh 


Rothwcll, Samuel 


7 


7h 


Scantlin, Terence 


3 


4h 


Scears, David 


9 


IGh 


Sccars, Horace 


4 


ICh 


Scott, John 


G 


17h 


Scott, William 


. 7 


18fb 


Sec, William 


4 


19h 


Shannon, James 


5 


17h 


Shells, William 


3 


Mh 


Shiblcy, Edmund 


1 


3fh 


Shiblcy, Schuyler 


2 


.-ifh 


Shillington, John 


2 


Ofh 


Shillington, Joseph 


IG 


Ih 


Souster, John 


12 


12f 


Souster, Widow 


.0 


13hh 


Sparks, Misses 


2 


14f 


Stafford, Daniel 


2 


l.-ifh 


Stafford, T. Solomon 


14 


IGh 


Stewart, Samuel 


G 


4h 


Stinson, Carscn 


8 


8fh 


Stinson, Robert 


5 


27h 


Stroab, John 


13 


7h 


Sweeney, Thomas 


9 


15h 


Sweetman, Thomas 


4 


SOfh 


Taggart, Ainasa 



Con. 


Lot. 


2 


3h 


.7 


25h 


13 


llh 


11 


lOh 


9 


24h 


J 


2Jfh 


G 


21f!i 


r> 


34h 


•1 


34h 


f) 


Mfh 





5h 


13 


Gh 


1 


19h 


2 


2h ^ 


2 


29fL 


i 


21h 


."j 


IGfh 


n 


IGh 


3 


9h 


9 


281i 


G 


Gfh 


11 


19fh 


12 


2fh 


12 


Ifh 


3 


;nfh 


12 


4fh 


• 13 


Ifh 


12 


.-,f 


4 


\\\ 


,j 


4fh 


1-1 


3f 


4 


ISfli 


,! 


IGfli 


8 


29fh 


/ 


28h 


7 


21fli 


2 


23h 


3 


23fh 


4 


Gf 


8 


24fh 


8 


23fh 


10 


23h 


11 


20fii 


8 


2Gh 


11 


19[ 



£31 



TOWNSnU' OF HINCUINDHOOKK. 



Taggart, M. Joseph 
Taggart, Thomas 
Teahan, Morris 
.Thompson, Abraham 
Thoaijison, Henry 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, James, jun _ 
Thompson, J, WiUiaiu 1 1 
Thompson, Joseph 
Thompson, Thomas 
Thompson, Widow 
Thompson, \Villiam 
Timmerman, George 
Tobin, James 
Toppence, Thomas 
TryoD, J. John 
Turner, William 
Twohill, John 
Vnnlavcu, Henry 
Walker, Aaron 
Walker, I). John 



Con. 


Lot. 


12 


19fh 


12 


lOf 


9 


8h 


G 


25f 


5 


24fh 


f. 


23fh 


8 


30h 


11 


23fh 


6 


2-lh 


5 


21fh 


S 


23fh 





31h 


A 


•Ih 


n 


Iflh 


12 


16fh 


\S 


12h 


A 


6U 


11 


13h 


4 


4h 


1 


3h 


J 


Ofh 



Walker, George 
Walker, Hudson 
Walker, Norman 
Walker, William 
Watson, William 
, Watt, Thomas 
I Welsh, James 
Welsh, Owen 
Welsh, Patrick 
White, Thomas 
Wliitmas, Johu 
Williamson, Isaac 
Willson, Henry 
Willsou, James 
Willson, Thomas 
Willson, William 
Woods, William 
Wright, C. John 
You, Ramsay 
Young, James 



Con. 


Lot. 


4 


Ifh 




Ih 




lU 




Ih 




27h 




13fh 


11 


14h 




13h 


10 


12h 


11 


7h 


11 


9l, 


2 


27h 


7 


8h 


6 


3h 


10 


8h 


G 


3h 


10 


24fU 


« 


23fh 


13 


7h 


3 


l(/fl» 



TO^VNSHIP OF HINCHINBROOKE. 



The township of Uinehinbrooke is bounded on the north by the 
icowDships of Kennebec and Olden; on the east by the township of 
Bedford ; cu the south by the township of Portland ; and on th« 
!OUth-west by the township of Sheffield, county of Addingtoa. The 
.township lies to the north-west of Kingston, the county scat, about 20 
miles ; and the Frontenac road intersects and skirts along its eastern 
boundary. The face of the country is tolerably level, and is well 
watered and timbered, and the soil is a stiff loam or clay. It is not 
EO well settled as some of the more southern townships ; and, in 1850, 
contained but 23G inhabitants. 13elow we give the agricultural returns 
of last census. 



TOwNsnir OF niNciiiNnnooKR. 



23-) 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
IIINCHINBROOKE. 

Occupiers of Land — total H5 

10 acres and under ; 4 

20 acres to 50 8 

,50 '• 100 U 

100 " 200 2G 

200 " and upwards ..,..-. G 

LANDS AND FRODUCE. 

Amount held in Acres ^''^aa 

Amount under cultivation 2188 

" crops • •• ^"'^ 

" pasture '' ' 

•" gardens and orchards ^ 

Wood and wild lands '^^7 

Cash wihie of farms in dollars 3-1540 

" farming implements 3178 

Fall wheat — acres • •' 

" . bushels 'PP 

Spring wheat — acres ^^•^ 

" bushels '''•*" 

Barley — acres J^ 

" bushels '- 

Rye— acres "^ 

- bushels '083 

Peas— acres J^'iJ 

" bushels —'■^'i 

Oats— acres ■ j^l 

" bushels. : ^"^^ 

Buckwheat— acres „'*; 

bushels •'''■*. 

Indian Corn — acres ■ ' ''' 

bushels V ^80 

Potatees— acres ... „J"° 

bushels ^'5* 

Turnips — acres ,.[' 

" bushels 130b 

Carrots— bushels -^^ 

Bcau.s — bushels < J 

H»y-tons ««l 

Hops-lbs 1-*^ 



23C 



TowNsnii' op iiiNCniNnnooKE. 



LIVE STOCK. 



Bulls, oxen and stccvs 1 10 

Milch cows » -37 

Cdvcs nnd heifers 247 

Horses over three yenrs old 129 

Vnlue of same in iloUtirs 1 0-1 10 

Colts and fillies 49 

Sheep .-. 427 

Pigs 323 

Total vnlue of live stock .. IOC 69 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 



Butter — lbs 

Maple sugar — lbs 

Wool— lbs : 

Fulled cloth — yards 

Flannel — yards 

Beef, ill barrels of 200 lbs,. 

Pork, 

Carriages kept for pleasure 

Value of same in dollars .. 



•« 15G00 

71G4 

1329 

248 

. 042 

39 

149 

o 

058 

Census by Origin. — England nnd Wales, 19; Scotland, 3 ; Ire- 
land, 215; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 520 ; United 
States, 3 ; Total, 700. 

Census dy IJeligion. — Church of England, 218; Cliurch of 
Rome, 230 ; Established Church of Scotland, OS ; United Presby- 
terians, ) ; Wcsleyau Methodists, 30; Episcopal Methodists, 105; 
other Methodists, 40 ; Baptists, 5; Bible Christians, 8 ; no religion, 
49 ; Total, 700. 



Alton, James 
Alton, John 
Alton, Samuel 
Alton, William 
Anderson, .Taines 
Aylsworth, Job 
Babcock, Israel 
Ball, Eli 
Bartrini, Alex. 
Bnrtriin, "William 
Barly, Cephas 
Bradford, Thomas 
Breen, Thomas 



Ooii. Lot. 



3 
3 

3 
4 
3 
5 
4 
3 
4 
8 
4 
10 



19 
18 

27f 

19 

2 

G 
3 

4 
27f 
27 
22f • 

1 

.If 



Bridgen, Samuel, sen. 
Bridgen, Samuel, jun. 
Brown, William II. 
Burns, James 
Bush, Alexander 
Busli, Cliristy Ann 
Bush, John 
Buttrill, George 
Byre, Michael B. 
Byrnes, David 
Campbell, James 
Campbell, John ' 
Garland, William 



Con. 


Lot. 


I 


1 




<> 






1 


1 


10 


7f 





3f 


8 


4f 


7 


yf 


1 


IC 


5 


25 


9 


11 


1 


llfl* 





4 


1 


iy 



TOWNSHIP OF HINCHINDROOKE. 



237 





Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Carroll, James 


11 


5f 


Haddock, Robert 





8f 


Carroll, John 


10 


5f 


Ilaggan, Arthur 


10 


if 


Carroll, Peter 


11 


;,f 


Ilaggan, Charles 


10 


2f 


Casmey, ^^'illiam 


2 


5 


Ilaggan, James 


11 


2f 


Clark, Henry 


4 


•4 


Hamilton, John, Wil- 






Clark, William ^ 


4 


If 


ham and Benjamin 


2 


.7fh 


Clow, Oliver 


3 


22f 


Hart, John 


7 


3f 


Charlton, Hiram 


6 


"'4f 


Hart, Joseph 


7 


3f 


Cowdy, Samuel 


4 


3 


Harper, Samuel 


4 


2 


Cox, George 


1 


21fh 


Hatch, Henry, John 






Cox, George 


2 


24 fh 


and Henry 


4 


26fh 


Cox, James 


1 


2Gfh 


Healy, James 


12 





Collins, Johu 


12 


2f 


Ilempton, Robert 


1 


29fh 


Crank, Sylvester 


7 


24f 


Hempton, Thomas 


1 


20fh 


Degroff, John U. 


9 


21 f 


Ilerse, Moses & Francis 2 


19fh 


Dc oughcy, Patrick 


13 


8f 


Ilicky, James 


1 


2 


Denison, Thos. & Geo 


3 


4 


Hicky, Stephen 


1 


n 


Denison, William 


3 


4 


Hill, James 


1 


5 


Donoughue, James 


10 


Of 


Hillard, Artcmas 


•7 
1 


29f 


Dorson, James 


4 


3 


Hutchinson, Robert 


.5 


20 


Doyle, Patrick 


9 


C 


Jackson, John 


5 


28 


Dradin, James 


■} 


21fh 


Judge, Edward ■ 


n 


3 


Duggan, Cornelius 


H 


5f 


Judge, Michael 


o 


G 


Dunbarr, John 


5 


If 


Judge, William 


1 


7f 


Edgar, John 


7 


25f 


Keats, Thomas 


') 


It. 


Kdniond, James 


i 


21f 


Kelly, James 


1 


4 


Fairfield, Richnrd 





9f 


Kennedy, James, sen. 


,3 


12 


Finn, Edward 


11 


3f 


Kennedy, James 


2 


14 


Fisher, John 


10 


2f 


Kennedy, John 


2 


"14 


Fizzell, M'illiam 


3 


IK 


Kennedy, John 


O 


13 


Forsythe, John 


3 


n 


Kennedy, Joseph 


3 


12 


Gilcri'st, Uavid 


4 


2 


Kennedy, Thoinns 


3 


]3f 


Gilcrcst, John 





4f 


Kennedy, William 


3 


10 


Giles, John 


3 


« 


Klllins, George 


2 


11 


Ginge, Thomas 


7 


2f 


Killins, Johu 





lOfh 


Godfrey, Chester II. 


3 


2 


Killins, Robert 


2 


11 


Godfrey, Lorenzo 


3 


3 


Killins, Robert 


3 


n 


(JooJfellow, James 


3 


1 


Killins, William 


2 


9 


Goodfellow, John 


3 


1 


Kingston, Paul 


2 


4 


Goodfellow, John 


4 


3 


Knceshaw, Andrew 


1 


31fh 


Goodfellow, Johu 


5 


'> 


Knox, Robert 


6 


4 


Grant, Thomas 


3 


23! 


Lee, George 


1 


29fh 


Gregory, Thos. & Wn- 


. 4 


Of 


Lee, James 


4 


2G 


Grcy, George 


3 


25fh 


Lee, John 


4 


25 


Grey, Hugh 


3 


2Cfh 


Leveck, John 


10 


4f 



238 



TOWNSHIP OF KENNEBEC. 



Leveck, Samuel 
McKiuly, Sylvester 
McKnight, John 
McKnight, John 
McKr.ight, William 
McMahon. Adnm 
McMiihon, Alex., sen. 
McMahon, Alex., jun. 
McMiihon, John 
jjaharr, Jolni 
Martin, Ira A. 
Mathews, Adam 
Melvey, Edward 
jrontgomery, Charles 
Worin, JMichael 
Mullan, Lewis 
Nedo, Henrj- 
Nedo, Lewis 
Nedo, Lewis 
Nedo, Peter 
Nefeey, Bernard 
Nefeey, Terence 
Feo, Julian 
Perry, AVilliani 
Peters, B. 
Rally, Lawreuce 
Kcttun, John 
Reyriolds, Edward 
Bichy Oliver 
llogers, l-'erdinand 
.Scott, George 
.Scott, William 



Con. 


Lot. 




Cod. 


Lo^. 


10 


4f 


Shapper, George 


4 


■ C 


b 


19 


Shelts, Parker 


3 


o 


1 


3 


Simonds, Thom.is 


12 


3f 


1 


9 


Smith, John 


S 


22f 


1 


3 


Smith, Noah 


3 


■1 


1 


11 


Smith, Robert , 


3 


20 


1 


12 


Smith, Reuben 


4 


30 


1 


IG 


Smith, Reuben 


5 


29 


o 


15 


Snider, Anson 


(j 


3f 


'1 


25 


Spike, James 


3 


4 


3 


.2f 


Staflbrd, William 


6 


■27f 


3 


5 


Stone, Alexander 


3 


2Gf 


2 


20 


Stone, Alexander 


4 


2G 


3 


28 


Storms, Emanuel 


1 


IfL 


10 


9f 


Storms, Henry 


8 


22f 


4 


7 


Thomason, Edward 


G 


Gf 


-1 


19 


Traynor, Hugh 


12 


7f 


O 


281i 


Turuer, William 


o 


21 


3 


17f 


Vanalstine, John 


3 


24f 


:i 


28 


Vanclake, John 


3 


4 


1 


G 


Wagger, James 


8 


23f 


1 


. 


Wagger, James, John 






3 


3 


and Thomas 


9 


OO 


4 


2 


Wagger, Phillip 


7 


241- 


9 


23 


Wagger.Redfordi- Peter G 


24 f 


7 


8{ 


Wagger, Tileson 


6 


24f 


f 


15f 


Wngger, William A. 


7 


23f 


G 


Of 


Watson, George 


6 


o 


8 


oof 


Watson, Thomas 


(i 


2t' 


7 


if 


Walker, James 


5 


*> 


O 


18 


Williams, William 


8 


2.if 


1 


lOfh 


Wilson, James 


4 






TOWNSHIP OF KENNEBEC. 



The township of Kennebec is bounded on the north by the town- 
fliips of Bnrric and Clarendon, on the e.ist by the township of Olden, 
on the south by the townsliips of Ilinchinbroukc, and Shcflield, county 
of Addington, and on the west by the township of Kaladar. It ii 
watered by Cross and Bull lakes, which waters find their way to the 
Bay of Qulutc, through two channels — one the Salmon, and the othci 



TOWNSHIP OF KENNEBEC. 



236 



the Mon-a, rivers— througli the county of Hastiugs. The timber is a 
mi.xture of hardwood and pine, the face of the country is undulatin- 
ind the soil partly clay loam and partly sandy. In ] 6.31, the iuhabi?.' 
ants numbered 429 Appended is an abstract of the agricultural 
{jroducts, ire, taken from the census of that year. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD 
Sw^.^.^B? 0^ I-ANDS.&c, FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 

Occupiers of hinds — total ,-, 

20 acres lO 50 ... i,, 

50 " 100 .'..'.'.;; .J 

100 " 200 '.'. '.'.'.'.'.ZZZ 10 

200 " nnd upwards j 

LANDS AND PIlODtJCE. 

Amount held in acres gg,^ 

" under cultivation "' 1146 

" crops !..........!!..'...'.,'.'.'."* 0'>5 

" pasture „o'] 

Wood and wild lauds --no 

Cash value of farms, in dollars !!.""!!!".".!!."! iioSA 

" farming implements ^,^^ 

Spring wheat— acres \o^~ 

•bushels 22Q8 

uye — .leres .^^ 

" bushels o-n 

Peas — acres '^, 

" bushels _. 070 

Oats — acres . " ~.o 

" bushels ......".. Ddg 

Buckwheat — acres r 

" bushels .'..,. o*" 

Indian torn — acres ._ „,', 

" bushels I] g,- 

Potatoes — acres W\ f, 

'■' busliels <n/-r 

ri* . 'l905 

i urnips — acres ,, 

•' bushels ' ]Q(,.) 

Carrots — bushels .' " ;,,, 

Beans — bushels ",", 

Hay — tous _ . , '. 170 



240 



TOWNSHIP OF KENNEBEC. 



LIVE STOCK. 



Bull?, oxen and steers 

Milcli cows ...; 

Calves and heifers * 

Horses over three years old., 

Value of same in dollars 

Sheei 



ep 



49 

87 

.51 

7 

441) 

152 



Pigs ; -. 6G 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 4G49 

DOMESTIC manufactuhes. ' 

Butter— lbs 10240 

Maple sugar — lbs (i370 

Wool— lbs 391 

Fulled cloth— yards 20 

Flannel — yards ;iG2 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs 3 

Pork, " ' 43 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 2; Scotland, 1; Ite- 
land, 4 ; natives of Canada, not of French origin, 400 ; French origin, 
2 ; United States, 13 ; Nova Scotia and Prince Edward's Island, 1. — 
Total, 429. 

Census by Religion. — Church of England, Ifi ; Church of 
Home, 14 ; Established Church of Scotland, 9 ; Wesleyan Methodists, 
40 ; Episcopal Methodists, 337 ; other Methodists, G j Universalists, 
1.— Total, 429. 



Akland, Thomas 
Babcock, John 
Baker, Philip 
Barker, Samuel 
Barton, James 
Barton, James 
Boumhour, Andrew 
Boumhour, David 
Boumhour, David 
Boumhour, Edward 
Boumhour, Gilbert 
Boumhour, James 
Bour^ihour, Nelson 
Boumhour, Walter, sen. 
Boumhour, Walter, jun. 
Campbell, Arthur 
Clark, A. 



Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


10 


17 


Clark, Charles 


G 


3 


6 


16h 


Clark, George 


4 


11 


4 


9 


Clark, George 


G 


3 


G 


9h 


Clark, Nelson 


7 


7 


3 


31h 


Clark, Sylvester 


5 


3f 


4 


3lh 


Clark, Thomas 


5 


131i 


8 


IGh 


Claper, Henry 


8 


12h 


7 


14 


Coolcraft, S. 


G 


Sh 


9 


12 


Better, George 


11 


19 


4 


15 


Dugd.ile, Henry 


9 


20h 


8 


13 


Duller, Samuel 


5 


3f 


5 


10 


Fuller, Charles 


7 


11 


4 


lOh 


Fuller, S. B. ; ' 


8 


lOh 


. 8 


llh 


Green, Robert 


4 


13h 


. 4 


lOh 


Green, William C. 


7 


16 f 


3 


32 


Hanes, George 


4 


13h 


6 


3h 


Harhriek, M. 


5 


IGh 



•rowNsnii" OF kennedec. 




241 




Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Hartrick, George 


8 


Hh 


Parks, James 


G 


14 


nnwlev, William 


9 


18h 


Parks, Jiibn S. 


:, 


2h 


Hayes," John W. 


4 


lOh 


I'arks, Naihnnicl 


7 


14 


Hayes, William, sen. 


1 


30 


Peterson, James 


3 


lOh 


Hayes, Willinm. jun. 


5 


7h 


Peterson, Nicholas 


4 


I4h 


Hayes, W. M. R. 


11 


14h 


Peterson, Philip 


4 


•14h 


Helm, Robert 


4 


8h 


Qulgley, John 


7' 


IG 


Heller, James 


10 


19 


Reiil, George 


4 


12h 


Hcperon, Jnmes 


"^ 


l.Oh 


Reid, James 


9 


12h 


Herkmer, James 


8 


lOli 


lleid, John D. 


7 


17 


Herknicr, Robert 


4 


13 


Scolt, David & William G 


15 


Hickman, George 


C 


11 


Scnit, Jolin 


5 


]3h 


Hnghcp, IVlcr 


4 


I4h 


Sbaudro, B. 


4 


12 


Hupman, Eliza 


5 


32 


Sliandro, Joseph 


C 


15h 


Jinkcns, Edward 


3 


8 


Short, Felix 


•1 


15 


Kelfer, David 


4 


11. 


Smith, John 


4 


1.3h 


Keller, John 


5 


101, 


Steel, Jacob 


8 


29 


•! Keller, George 


5 


IG 


Thompson, Allen 


1 


9 


Kelley, James 
Kclley, John 


11 


15b 


Thompson, .-Vndrew 


3 


llh 


11 


14 


Thompson, Isaiah 


1 


9h 


Knlgbt, Wniinm 


8 


h 


Thom])Son, James 


7 


llh 


Leatch, Oeton 


11 


14 


Thompson, Peter 


8 


13h 


Lloyd, Peter 


9 


17h 


Thompson, William 


4 


12h 


Loyst, Andrew 


9 


IG 


Vankoughnctt, William 


10 


17h 


Loyst, Cnlvin 


8 


14h 


Ward. David 


4 


12h 


Loyst, Christopher 


7 


17 


Walker, R. E. 


11 


12h 


Loyst, George 


!) 


1Gb 


Wartman, S. 


44 


32 


Lovst, Joseph 


9 


151. 


White, Amos 


11 


IS 


Loyst, William 


9 


lOh 


Whiteman, Joseph 


9 


19 


Mct^arrol, Samuel 


7 


15h 


Wdliams, John M. 


H 


14 


McKay. William 


7 


10 


Wood, Ebcnezer 


8 


10 


McNeill, William 


10 


14h 


Wood, George 


4 


12 


Magarvey.Peter&Robt 


10 


IHfh 


Wood, John 


4 


]3h 


Miller, George 
' Miller, Peter 


3 


30 


Wood, John 


9 


19 


4 


31 


Wood, William 


fi 


12h 


Mills, W. M. B. 


8 


llh 


Woodcock, ••Vbrabam 


3 


8 


Molincux, Samuel 


1 


30h 


Woodcock, Cluistophcr 


G 


llh 


Monsier, David 


8 


12 


Woodcock, D.inicl 


7 


15 


Monsier, Peter 


8 


12 


Woodcock, David, sen. 


7 


14h 


Murney, George 


2 


30 


M'ondcoek, David, jun. 


7 


13 


Newton, Richard 


8 


18f 


Woodcock, David 


8 


17 


Oushan, Djivid 


9 


10 


Woodcock, George 


4, 


8 


Paterson, Ezekiel 


4' 


10 


Woodcock, Gilbert 


5 


loh 


Parson, Jolin 


G 


3 b 


Woodcock, M. 


7 


12h 


Parks, George N. 


2 


11 


Woodcock, Nelson 


(1 


l.< 


I'urks, James, jun. 


G 


Ih 


Woodcock, 0. 


3 


9h 



3G 



242 



TO-WNjniP OF KINGSTON. 



TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



TliP tovrnsViip of Kingston is bounded on tlic north Iiy tVic town- 
eliips of I'orllnnd and Slotiington, on the cast by tlie township of 
Villsl]urgli, on the soutli by the bny of Quinti5, and on tlie west bj 
the (ownbhip of Krnesltown, county of Addington. The township 
commenced settling by the English as early as the year 1783, and in 
1817 it only contained about COO inVabilants. The city of Kingston 
is fitnaltd in this township, on the bny of Quinto, nt the mouth of 
the great Catarnqui Creek, and near the eastern boundary of the 
township. Tor a more extended notice of the city see the nitroduc- 
tion to this work. Few or no actual purchases of land were made by 
the original settlers, as their situation entitled them to grants from 
government; but many of these people, however, got into the books of 
the merchants in a few years, and from that period may be dated the 
actual sale of lands. In the early scttlcmenf, no general system of 
cropping was observed, the ordinary mode with the new land being 
to put in a crop of wheat and continue this from year to year as long 
as the land would bear it, when it was laid in grass for two or three 
years, after which it was again cropped as before. In 1R50 the town- 
ship contained 4,5-23 iidiabitants, and ly.OOO bushels of wheat, 31,000 
bushels of oats, 10,000 bushels of peas, 29,000 bushels of potatoes, 
Ki.OOl) lbs. of maple sugar, 11,000 pounds of wool, and 37.000 lbs. 
of butler wtre produced from the crop of 1819. The soil generally 
consists of loam, on a clay subsoil, with a limestone base, and the 
timber is a mixture of beech, maple, oak, elm, pine, &c. The 
following abstract from the last census will shew the reader the 
nniount of agricultural products for that year : — 

IlETURNS OF AGRICULTUR.\L PRODUC.E, LANDS HELD. 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
KINGSTON. 

Occupier? of hnd — total 411 

10 acres and under , 15 

10 acres to 'JO 14 

20 " .^.0 81 

.00 " 101) l.M 

100 " 200 123 

2U0 " and upwards 24 



TO\S«8HIP IIP KINGSTON. 



243 



L.iNDS AND I'UODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 44920 

Amount under cultivation 2.5; .53 

" crops K>147 

" pasture 10098 

" unrdens and orchards 'J08 

Wood and wild lands 191G7 

Cash value of farms in dollars 139(1520 

" farming implements 75.'iG2 

" produce of gardens and orchards iU/O 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers ... 2.5 

Fall wheat — acres C7 

" bushels 1091 

Spring wheat — acres 3127 

" bushels 05G19 

Barley — acres , 497 

" bushels 12831 

Rye — acres 4;,! 

" bushels 7551 

Peas — acres i'JHi 

" bushels 38(i25 

Oats — acres 3,5SG 

" bushels 119580 

Buckwheat — acres 283 

•• bushels 5.5IG 

Indian corn — acres I47 

" bushels 4001 

Potatoes — acres GfiS 

" bushels 52113 

Turnips— acres • 9 

" bushels 1081 

Carrots — biisiiels 52/'! 

Mangel wurzel — .icrcs 4 

" bushels 902 

Beans — bushels 80 

Clover, timothy and other grass seeds — bushels 44 

Ilav — tons 50(JC 

Hops— lbs 149 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 1/0 

Mlhh coivs 1K7C 

Calves and heifers 1G53 

Ilorsef, over three years old 113/ 

Value of same in dollars 77259 



211 



TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



Colt3 and fillies 474 

Sheep Gd13 

Pigs 14r.8 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 180G61 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES 

Butter— lbs 112444 

Cheese— lis 5165 

Maple su^ar — lbs 14239 

Cider — gallons .'.... 73 

AVool— lbs 18942 

Fulled cloth— yards ". 19'-'0 

Flannel — yards 48G2 

Flax and hemp — lbs 30 

Linen — yards 34 

Beef— in barrels of 20Ulbs 240 

Pork— •' " «81 

Fish, s-.lted and barrelled — barrels 11 

" fresh — lbs 12 

Carriages kept, for pleasure 278 

Value of same in dollars 1744G 

Census bv Origin. — England and M'ales, 340; Scotland, 154; 
Ireland, 728 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 3148 ; French 
origin, 54; United States, 121; Nova Scotia and Prince Kilnard's 
Island, 3 ; West Indies, 2 ; Prussia, German States and Holland, 17 ; 
France, 2 ; Switzerland, 3 ; Guernsey, Jersey, and other British 
Islands, 3; all other places, 1 , at sea, 1; not known, 1 ; total, 45^7. 

Census by Beligion. — Church of England, 772 ; Church of 
Rome, 807 ; Established Church of Scotland, 307 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 318; United Prcsbyteriajis, 127; Wesleyan Methodists, 
1475; Episcopal Methodists, 401; New Connexion Methodists, 14 ; 
other Methodists, 2G0 ; Baptists, 10; Lutherans, 4; Coiigrc-galion- 
alists, IG ; Quakers, 4 1; Protestants, 18; Jews, 1; religion not 
known, 9 ; other religions not classed, 4 ; total, 4587. 

ToTYKSHip Council and Officers. — Bohert Gibson, reeve ; Peter 
W. Day, deputy reeve; John Flannigan, llenry Kobinsou, James M. 
Fair. David Purdy, treasurer; P. McKim, clerk; John Irvine, 
superintendent of schools ; Thomas Clyde, Tlionias Eraser, and Bobert 
Purdy, assessors ; John Carruthers, collector; John Stewart, consta- 
ble. Couucil meets first Monday in each month, at the town hall, 
Waterloo. 



township OV KINGSTON. 



Con. Lot. 

Abbott, James 3 8h 

Abbott, John 4 29h 

( Abbott, John 20h 

i- Abbott, Bobert 3 5h 

Abrams, James i 23 f 

Abranis, John 6 19 f 

Abrams, Jonathan 4 21 f 

Abrams, Jonathan 6 19 f 

Adamson, Ralph 6 3 

Adzitt, William 3 7 

Ahem, John 5 4h 

Aikins, George & Grant f 

Aitkins, Clark f 

Albertson, David 5 23 

Albertson, William 5 13 f 

Allen, Archibald 7 3 1 

Allen, Jacob 3 3 

Andrews, Geo. & Tbos. 2 17 f 

Andrews, Henry 2 18 f 

Andrews, Harvey 20h 

Andrews, John 2 12 f 

Arnold, Henry 2 3h 

Ash, Dunham 14 

Ashley, Misses 2 8 f 

Assclsline, Abram 7 15 f 

Asselstine, Justus 7 13 f 

Asselstine, Nicholas 7 lOh 

Asselstine, Peter, sen. 7 12 f 

Asselstine, Peter, jun. 7 12 

Ault, Horatio 1 17 f 

Ault, Nelson 1 15h 

Ayerst, Alfred & Edward 

& John Lloyd 4 8f 

Atkinson, Baraclough 4 18 f 

Babcock, Alfred 5 13f 

Babcock, Cornelius 7 12 
Babcock, Daniel, sen.), ,„. 
and jun. j^ l^f 

Babcock, Darius G 15f 

Babcock, L. 3 8h 

Babeoek, L. 4 

Bain, Charles 2 lOh 

Bain, Michael 7 4h 

Baker, C. 20f 

Baker, James 2 9f 



Baker, John 
Banford, E. 
Banks, George 
Baley, James 
Ball, Solomon 
Barekley, George, and) 



Con. 
1 
2 
2 
7 
7 



Daniel Mcintosh 
Barrett, David 
Basto, Joseph & Mary 4 
Bates, Peter fl 

Beamish, William 2 

Bcenan, Michael 
Beith, Duncan & Robt. G 
Bell, Alexander 
Bell, Francis 
Bell, John 

Bell, John, sen. & Wm 
Beners, John 
Benjamin, Ebenezcr 

sen. and jun. 
Bennington, George 
Bennington, Ralph 
Berry, Ifermaii 
Black, Jolm 
Blacklock, William 
Blessing, I'ravois 
Blythe, Jolm 
Boushy, 'Jranc}s 
Bowen, Mary 
Bowerman, Daniel 
Bowerman, Jcnatarn, t 
and Joseph Ward f 
Boyce, Andrew 
Boyd, Solomon 
Bradshaw, Charles 
Bradley, Charles 
Branigan, Denis, 
Bredeu, John 
Breden, William 
Breden, William 
Breecher, Susan 
Brewer, Philip, and 

Burton 
Bridge, Andrevr 



'J 
-1 
3 
3 
« 
3 
1 
4 
2 
4 



5 
2 
3 
3 
2 
G 
3 

Ig 

3 



245 

Lot. 

lOf 
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ICh 
17f 
lOf 



17h 

35h 

llf 

17f 

J.5f 

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24 f 

Sf 

8f 

9f 

8f 

15h 

Cf 

If 
Gf 
3h 

ICf 

30f 
8h 

13f 

lOU 

lOf 

13h 

12f 

13U 
24f 

14f 
f 
lOf 
19f- 
22f 

7f 
ICf 

20f 

3h 



246 



TOWNBniP OF nlNGSTON. 



Con. 



Bridge, Kicliard nnd 

Corncliiia J 

Bridge, IlicharJ and \ 

Cornelius J 

Brien, Jolin, sen. 2 

Brien, William 2 

BroHii, Gtorgi; 3, 

Brown, James 3 

Brown, James 2 

Brown, Jolin 2 

Brown, M.irslial! J. 2 

Brown, Thomas 4 

Brown, M'llliam 2 

BucU, Barnnbas & Geo. 5 

Buck, David 4 
Buck, George & Thomas 4 

Buck, Henry Ci 

Buck, John G 

Buck, Marliu 7 
Burnett, Angus & Tbo.s. 2 

Burk, Martin !> 

Burk, Michael 5 
Burnett, Jane & Orlando 2 

Burrcwcs, Thomas 4 

Butlaud, Edward 2 

Butt, George 4 

B^rne, Simon 3 

Canada, William ■ 1 
Campbell, Jolm & Jacob 3 
Caroline, Cornelius 

Carr, William 2 

Carruthcrs, John 3 

Carruthcrs, John T) 
Cashnian, Michael &Wm. 5 

Caverly, James G 

Chambers, Benj.imin S 

Chambers, William 5 

Chandlcy, Ellen fi 

Chrisley, Archibald C 

Clarke," S.-imuel D. 2 

Clarke, Samuel D. 2 

Clarke, William 3 

Clarke, Andrew t) 

Clarke, Benjamin 3 

Oarkc, Charics 5 



Lot. 
f 



2 If 

2 If 

8h 

7 

ICf 

17h 

3 1' 
lUi 

lur 

19 1' 

20 f 
12h 
IGf 

Ih 

81 

371' 

37 f 

91 

10 f 

181" 

7( 

8f 

17U 

IGf 

f 

lif 

ir 
22 r 

]Sh 

20h 

201i 

37 f 

25 f 

10 

• 10b 

2f 

101 

3f 

Gf 



Con. 
5 



Clarke, George 

Clarke, Rnbert 

Claike, William 

Clarke, Wm. &. Andrew 5 

Cloak ey, George & Miles 

Mcliim 3 

Clogg, Philip 4 

Clyde, Thomas ;J 

Cuglin, Martin 3 

Collins, Ellen 5* 

Collins, Joseph 3 

Collins, Solomon • 4 
Collins, Thomas 3 

Collins, William 5 

Colw. 11, Andrew &Wm. 3 
Combs, John 4 

Connolly, John 7 

Cooke, Ednard 2 

Cooke, liichard T. 1 

Cooke, William P. 3 

Cordukcs, John, sen. & 

jun. 5 

Corrigan, B. 5 

Corrigan, Daniel 5 

Corrigan, James, sen. 5 
Corrigan, James, jun. 5 
Corrigan, Michael 5 

Corrigan, Patrick 5 

Counter, Charles 4 

Crawford, Francis 6 

Creamer, Abrani 7 

Cregg, Andrew, James, 

Itobert G. & William, 6 
Crofts, George 
Cromwell, Robert C 

Cronston, Henry 7 

Cronston, Walter, jun. 

and Charles 7 

Culley, George & Daniel, 4 
Cunningham, Ilugli 3 

Curran, Robert 6 

Curson, James 4 

D.aley, George 3 

Daley, Patrick, John nnd 

James G 



^ot. 
7f 
7{ 
(3f 
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If 

9f 
12 f 

8h 
25 f 
31f 

3f 

8h 

2 
12 f 

If 
14f 

14 f 
17h 

8f 

10 f 
38 f 

38 f 
37 f 
37 f 

39 f 
.30 f 
17 
17 
llf 

29 f 

17U 

ICf 

3f 

3f 
9£ 
7h 
2f 
17f 

15 f 

31 f 



TOWNSniP OF KIMCSTON. 



iif 



Dnllon, Henry 

Unragh, James nnd 
Alexander 

Darrah, Patrick 

Davey, Sampson 

David, Christopher 

David, Dauiel 

David, Ira 

David, John 

David, John 

David, Samuel, aen. 

David, Samuel 

David, William 

David, Zacbarinh 

Davis, Isaac & Ebenezer 7 

Davidson, Joseph 

Dawson, J. 

Dawson, Reuben 

Dansou, William and 
Barney 

Day, Calvin, sen. nnd 
Calvin, jun 

Day, Henry, sen. & jun. 

Day, Jaines 6. 

Day, James G. 

Day, Johnson 

Day, Peter W. nnd Bar- 

nabns 
Day, Walter nnd 

W. D. P. W. 
Debalinhard, William 
Dennis, Thomas W. 
Dcwitt, Luke 
Dohcrty, James 
Doherty, James, sen. 

and jun 
Donoghoe, John 
Donogboe, Joseph 
Donoghoe, Matthew 
Dorcey, Edward & Jns. 
Doyle, James 
Draper, James & John 
Drnper,irich'd,Ecn. &jun.6 
Draper, Thomas G 

D.'iscoU, Jeremiah 4 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 


22 f 


5 


23 f 


5 


37 f 


7 


]9r 


5 


231 


5 


231 


4 


J i 


4 


2( 


G 


lib 


5 


23 f 


5 


£3f 


5 


23 f 


4 


51 


:r7 


3f 


G 


2f 


2 


8 


2 


12 f 



1 

4 
2 
2 
3 
6 

2 
4 
4 
4 
3 
4 
G 



Con. 

Diiscoll, .Tobn 4 

Duff, Denis 3 
Duff, Edward 

DuHin, Mary 5 

Donovan, Dan. & Tim. 4 

Dunovaii, D.in. & Tim. 5 

Elliott, John 2 

Klliolt, Maltbew 2 
Elliolt,Wm.&Cba3.GrecD2 

Ely, Samuel 2 

Ely, Willinm 2 

ICuimons, Edward 4 
English, Nntlinuiel 

Everitt, John 2 
Fagg, Daniel 

Fairbanks, Oliver 4 

Faruey, Denis .5 

Farrell, John S 

Farrcll, Matthew !:< 

12 1 Ferguson, D.ivid, ju'i. 7 

Ferguson, Geo. & David 7 

4 f Ferris, John V 

15 f Ferris, John 4 

15 ( Ferris, Jonathan & Joseph2 

IG Ferris, Joseph -^ 

U { Ferris, Neil :^ 

Finiey, Jolm ! 

9f Fisk, George II. '^ 

Flanigan, Michael 

19 f Flemming, John 2 

19 f Ford, William, jun. 1 

2 f Forsyth, Geo. & Joseph 2 

5 ( Forsyth, Robert 2 

19b Foster, Thomas 5 

Fowler, Daniel 

1 f Fowler, Michael • G 

34 f Fraser, Daniel T. G 

34 I Fraser, Thomas G 

34 1 Fraser, William G 

8 f Freeman, Pbdip 7 

35b Gardiner, James C. 4 

32 f Gardiner. Francis & Jas. 2 

32 f Gardiucv, Wm. & Henrj^ 

32 ( Hutchinson 3 

28 f Gaskin, William G 



Lot. 
28 f 
8h 
hf 
7 
If 

14 f 
5f 

24 f 
Gf 

15f 
17f 

5h 
20h . 

Gf 

f 

21 f 

8f 
37 f 
37 f 

7f 

flf 
30 f 
23 f 

15 f 
8f 

15 f 
17 f 
IGf 

25 f 
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12 f - 
llf 
llf 

9f 
3Gf 
3Gf 

13 i 
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12f 
17 f 
24. f 
19 

7f 
31h 



248 



TOWNSHIP or KINGSTON. 



Con. 


Lot. 


Gntes, John 


3 


If 


Gates, John 


4 


If 


Gates, William 


4 


4f 


Gee, John 


3 


10 f 


Geddes, Samuel 


3 


8h 


George, Charles 


1 


12 f 


George, Charles 


2 


13h 


George, John 





4Ui 


Gengc, Edward 


3 


8f 


Giben, Mrs. 


8 


3 


Gibeus, James 


3 


7h 


Gibson, James 


2 


f 


Gibson, James 


4 


i)f 


Gibson, llobert 


5 


3f 


Gillcs, A. 


6 


30 f 


Giry, John 





85 f 


Giry, Joseph, sen. & Jo 






seph, jun. 


3 


10 


Goligher, John 


5 


22 h 


Gordon, James, Christo 






pher, & James, juu. 


5 


5f 


Gordon, William 


2 


]5h 


Gour, Thomas 


5 


39 f 


Gow, Walter 





28 f 


Graham, Edward, & Ed- 






ward Hales 


I 


14f 


Graham, Henry 


1 


15f 


Gr.iham, James 


2 


10 f 


Graham, John 


I 


15f 


Graham, John 





12 f 


Graham, Michael 


3 


lOh 


Grand Trunk Hallway Co 


^ 2 


13 f 


Granger, Jjimes 


5 


22 f 


Grant, Alpine 


3 


IGf 


Grant, John 


I 


17 


Greenwood, Marshall 


G 


I9f 


Grass, Charles 


1 


3f 


Grass, Daniel E. 




f 


Grass, Daniel E. 


3 


If 


Grass, Horace G. 


2 


2f 


Grass, John 


1 


2f 


Grass, John 


2 


2f 


Glass, Lewis 


2 


14 f 


Grigab}', James 


5 


18 


Gueas, Edward 


7 


8h 



Oon. 

7 
7 
5 
3 



Guess, Fergui 
Guess, Francis 
Guess, M. P. & Tho3. 
Ilamar, William 
Hamilton, Sam. & David 5 
Uanegon, John, sen. 
Ilanegan, John, jun. 122 
Ilarignn, George 3 
Harkcr, >Tohn • 6 
Harker, Thomas & \\m. G 
Harpell, Benjamin 3 
Harpell, Henry & John 4 
Harpell, Jacob 4 
Harpell, John J., jun. 4 
Harpell, William 3 
Hairison, Charles 4 
Ilarlley, James 3 
Hartery, James 3 
Ilarvcy, Henry 4 
Harvey, James 3 
Harvey, John G 
llass, William 2 
Hatch, Henry, sen. Hen- 
ry, jun. acid John 4 
Hance, Isaac T. 
Ilawkie, Thomas 
Hawkins, James 4 
Hawley, James 2 
Hawley, William 2 
Healy, Joseph 4 
llealy, Joseph 6 
HcnJeison, Jauo 3 
Henderson, J. 4 
Henderson, llobert 4 
Ilenncssy, Martin 2 
Uenning, Jacob 7 
Hepiier, Eckhart 4 
Ilepner, Vliilip 3 
ITerchimcr, Lawrence 2 
Ilerchimer, Lawrence 3 
Hiekey, James and John 6 
Hinds, James 2 
Hiiiton, Samuel 2 
Hoborough, Charles 5 
Uopran, John 5 



Lot. 

Gf 

8f 

17 f 

7h 

12 f 

17 f 

17 f 

15 f 

5f 

6f 

IGf 

17 f 

IGf 

IGf 

16 

31 f 

9h 

9f 

19f 

15 f 

22 f 

3h 

4f 

20h 

35 f 

llh 

Of 

yf 

17 f 
]6f 

3f 
30 f 

9f 
15U 

If 
17 f 
16 f 

2h 
24h 
33 f 

Ch 
IGf 
25 f 
40 f 



u 






TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



249 



Hogan, Mrs. 
Holcroft, II. 
nollowcll, William 
Holmes, Isaac H. 
Hooper, William 
Horning, Abram 
Horning, George 
Horning, Richard 
Howard, John 
Howard, Philip 
Howard, Kussell, sen. 

and jun. 
Howe, Archibald 
Howie, James, sen. and 

Jame?, jun. 
Howie, James, sen. 
Howie, John Robert 
Hughston, Wesley 
Husk, John 
Hylaud, Jane 
Hyland, Robert 
Hyland, William 
Irvin, D.ivid & William 
Irvin, Francis 
Irvin, John & William 
Jackson, Edward 
Jackson, Jethro 
Jackson, William 
Jaquith, William 
Johnson, Hub,1i 
Johnson, John 
Joliiison, John 
Johnson, William 
Kearny, Michael 
Kearny, Thomas 
Keen, Alexander 
Keen, Francis 
Keen, John & William 
Keen, Patrick 
Kecnehan, Daniel 
Keenehan, William 
Kendall, William 
Keneda, Hannah 
Kernan, Felix 
ICerrin, Patrick 



Oon. 
5 
3 
5 
1 
3 
G 

6 
3 
G 



3 
2 

3 

4 
3 
3 
4 
7 
2 
G 
4 
3 
2 
2 
4 
4 
7 
7 
2 
3 
5 
6 
6 
3 



[-Ot. 

40 f 


IGh 


22 f 


3h 


14 f 


18h 


12 f 


18 f 


3h 


13f 


7f 


13 





7 


9 


17 f 


19h 


5f 


5f 


5f 


2f 


h 


13 f 


13 f 


IGf 


4f 


2h 


21 f 


17 f 


llh 


11 f 


17h 


4f 


11 f 


llf 


8f 


IGf 


f 


IG 


15f 


88 r 


34 f 


7f 





Cpn. 


Lot. 


Kcsson, William 


3 


17h 


Kitto, John 


2 


h 


Knapp, John & J. Losie 2 


2h 


Knapp, Peter, James 


& 




David 


. 7 


7f 


Knight, Henry 


3 


2f 


Knight, Jonathan 


3 


17 f 


Knight, Stephen 


a 


13 f 


Lamb, George 


2 


2f 


Langwith, Joseph &Ch 


ris- 




topher 


5 


7f 


Lapish, Thomas 


5 


7f 


Lavcn, Patrick 


4 


2ih 


Lnwson, George 


G 


lOf 


Lawson, Joseph 


6 


Uh 


Leatheriaud, John, sen. 




and juti. 


r. 


9f 


Leathcrlnnd, Robert 


G 


Gf 


Lee, Charles 


7 


llf 


Lee, Datjiei 


G 


13 f 


Lemmon. Thomas 


G 


9h 


Leinoin, Wm. & Char 


es 




Trudell 


1 


If 


Leonard, Andrew 


5 


3f 


Leonard, Hiram 


3 


3f 


Leonard, John 


5 


If 


Leonard, John A. 


5 


3f 


Leonard, John D. 


4 


4f 


Leonard, Nathaniel 


3 


3f 


Leonard, William 


5 


3f 


Lewis, Jacob 


7 


IGf 


Lewis, Peter II. 


1 


3f 


Lilless, John, James, 


& 




John, jun. 


6 


23 f 


Lindsay, Robert 


7 


8Ii 


Losey, John 




Gf 


Lowry, John 


2 


17 f 


Lyons, Hugh 


5 


39 f 


Lyons, Matthew 


5 


37 f 


McBride, James 


1 


17f 


MtCabe, Alexander 


3 


8h 


McC.inison, John 


3 


lOh 


McCammon, James 


2 


10 f 


McCarthur, Charle? 


7 


lOf 


McCarty, Hugh 


G 


2f 



2o0 



TOWNSnlP OP KINGSTON. 



TOWNSUir OF KINGSTON. 



Con 
McCnuloy, Ann 2 

JIcCIcll:uiJ, Jnmcs 
McClell.inil, Jnmcs, jun. 
McClc'lLinil, .Tohii 
McCoiiiicll, .T,imc3 
McConiioU, Tlionias 
McCormnck, Wm. find 

John 
?ilcCrc(i, Daniel 
McDoiir.ld, George 
McDonnlJ, John 
McFall, Archib.ild 
ilcF.nrland, George, sen. 

nnd juii. 
McFurla'.ie, Jamea nnd 

Uobeit 
McFatrige, Thomas 
McGarvey, Francis 
McG.arvcy, Fr.ancis 
McGovern, George and 

Joscjih 
McGui:e, Anthony 
McGuirc, Daniel 
McGuire, Hiram 
McGuirc, John 
McGulrc, Patrick 
McGowan, Thomas 
Mclvcr, Felix, jun. 
McKechnic, Uohcrt 
JIcKcon, William 
McKever, Aiulrcw 
MiKim, Peter 
McLaughlin, John nud 

William 
McMicliael, John and 

Albert 
McMichael, Osmond 
McMichael, Samuel 
McMullen, John 
Jlacador, Samuel 
Maeintvrc, Colin 
Macnaniara, Fletcher 
Mahoiiry, Mary 
Main, William 
" Maitlaud, Peter 



Lot. 
17 f 



*) 


7h 


2 


51 


2 


5h 


4 


3UI 


5 


101 


4 


.S f 


G 


13 t 


2 


1.". 1 


3 


Of 


G 


29h 



Con. 
7 
7 
4 



17 f 



3 


Gf 


7 


12h 


2 


15h 


3 


10 f 


C 


Gf 




f 


3 


2f 


o 


If 


3 


If 


3 


8h 


3 


8h 


4 


10 f 


5 


lUf 


3 


7f 


4 


151 


3 


l5l 



2f 



2 


18 f 


3 


15 


4 


7f 


2 


f 


3 


32h 


2 


2h 


C 


17f 


3 


Uh 


C 


4li 




IflL 



Manion, Patrick 
Manion, Peter 
.Maragnn, Michael 

Marchan, William 4 

Marriott, George 2 
Marshall, Francis and 

^Villiam 3 

Marshall, Robert G 

Martin, Faxtpn 7 

Martin, .fames G 

Martin, Jol.n G 

Martin, Joseph 3 

Miirlin, William C 

Martin, William 7 

Mathews, Uobert 4 

Meccliam, Eli G 

Mcechani, George 2 

.Mellcn, George 5 

Merne, John 2 

Metcalf, Thomas 3 

.Milo, F. C. 2 

Mills, Cornelius G 

Millsap, David 5 

Minnis, Duncan 2 

Mohan, Michael 7 

Moloney, John 6 
Moon, ilenry T. & Robt. C 

Moon, John G 

Moon, .lohn G 
Moon, Thos. sen. &jun, C 

Moor, Charles 6 

Moor, Ilenry 

Moor, John G 

Moore, James 1 

Moran, William C 

Morey, George R. 2 
Murey, Reuben & Sidney 2 

Morley, John 3 

Jlorley, William 3 

Morrison, W'illiam 5 

Muir, P. D. 3 

Murray, Patrick 7 

Myers, Thomas C 

Narcns, Edward 

Neilsou, William 2 



Lot. 
lUf 
19f 
35h 
8f 
12 f 

4f 
35 f 

Gf 
17 f 

7f 

8li 
17 f 

8h 
2Gf 
IGh 

2f 

If 
f 

8 

15h 

14h 

13 f 

h 

Sf 
33 f 

1 

5f 
22Ii 

5f 

'if 

39 f 
17h 

igh 

5f 

5f 

4f 

4f 

7h 

24 

17 f 

2f 

12f 

f 



Ncwcombs, William 

Newlands, Geovge 3 

Newland.'j. Geo. & John 4 
Noble, James * 

Noltcn, Calvin C 

Nortbmore, Joseph 2 

Nowlan, J. C 

Nugent, Peter, sen. & jun. 5 
Ollrien, John, jun. 2 

O'Brien, Thomas C 

O'Conner, Patrick 4 

O'Neil, Piiilip 2 

O'lieilev, Edward 2 

O'Reillv, William 2 

Orr, Robert C 

Oscr, Emanuel ' 

Oscr, Gabriel 3 

Oser, Horace 3 

Oser, Peter & Thomas C 
Pntlcrson, Amanda G 

Patterson, Robt. & John G 
Patterson, WiUiam G 

Peters, George 3 

Peters, John 7 

Petiford, Richard 2 

Pence, Elizabeth 2 

Phillips, George 2 

Phillips, Richard 4 

Pomeroy, Daniel 2 

Porter, George 5 

Powely.Isnac D.& Jacob S.3 
Powley, Henry 3 

Powley, Jacob & James 4 
Powley, Jacob 7 

Powley, James B. 3 

Powley, Rachel B. 3 

Powley, Thomas 7 

Pretty, Robert 2 

Priddlc, George . 3 

ParJy, David 3 

PurJy, Gilbert & Henry 
Purdy, James 1 

Purdy, Marshall G 

■ — Purdy, Philip & Wesley 2 
Purdy, Sydenham C 



Con. 
3 
4 
3 



& 



251 

Lot. 
17 f 
ISf 
8f 

27 f 
•if 



Purdy, Valentine 
Purdy, William 
Quclch, John 
U-auUlns, Hugh, sen. 

juu. and William 
Rnycraft, William 
KaymonJ, Caleb and 

William G 10 

Raymond, Hudson and 

Reuben 
Raymond, John 
Raymond, WiUiam W. 
Redden, John 
Reddon, Abram and 

Nelson 
I Reddon, Isaac 
Reddon, AVillliam 
I Redman, WiUiam 
Recs, Eilgerlon 
Reese, Edgcrton 
Reid, Alexander 
Reid, James M. 
Reid, John 
Reid, John 
Reid, Poler D. 
Reid, Robert 
Reid, WiUiam 
Reid, WiUiam &Mattheiv 4 
Reynolds, James 3 

Riley, Alfred 2 

Rdey, Edward 3 

Riley, George " 

Risbridge. Thomas 4 

Roach, William & John 7 
I Robinson, Ilenry and 

James G 

Robinson, George, Ed- 
mund and Stephen G 
Robinson, WUliam 4 

Rose, Robert and Daniel 4 
Rowe, Laurie 3 

Russell, John U 

Ruttan, Peter and James 1 
Sands, Henry 
Scott, Abram &, Robert 




3 
U 
3 

4 

5 

■1 

3 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

G 

3 

5 

4 



lit" 

8f 
lOh 

3k 

8f 

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10 
11 
15 f 
20 f 
2Jf 
15h 
!5f 
2Gf 

7f 
25 f 
2GU 

25 r 

3h 
15 f 
15 f 
]5h 
23 f 
llh 

3f 

3f 
35 f 

2f 
IGf 
3Ch 

5 
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iGf; 



35S 



TOWNSHIP OF KINGSTON. 



TOWNSHIP 01" LOUGHBOROUGn. 





Con. 


Lot 


Scott, Francis 


5 


If 


Scott, Isaac 


3 


8f 


Scott, Rolicrt, sen. 


and 




Robert, jun. 


1 


12 f 


Scott, Samuel and John C 


IGf 


Scrivens, Joseph 


3 


7f 


Scriveiis, Robert 


3 


8f 


"Sewcl, Peter and D 


avid 3 


8 


Sexton, John 


3 


24h 


Shannon, John & William^ 


11 f 


Shannon, Tnul 


4 


12 f 


Sharpe, Thomas 


5 


12 f 


Sharpe, William 


(i 


■101 


Shea, Daniel 


7 


8h 


Sheean, Michael 




f 


Sheilds, William 





7f 


Shepherd, John 


6 


31h 


Sherbino, Francis, 


J03., 




and William 


5 


2f 


Simmons, Ilarvcy 


7 


1.1 f 


Simpson, John 


2 


13 f 


■Simpson, John 


2 


17f 


Slavin, Michael 


G 


17 f 


Smith, Alfred 


3 


7h 


Smith, D. 


3 


4f 


Smith, Daniel 


G 


15 f 


Smith, Hiram 


A 


7f 


Smith, Isaac 


5 


13 f 


Smith, James 


4 


10 f 


Smith, James II. 


2 


3f 


Smith, John 


2 


4f 


■Smith, John 


5 


9f 


Smith, Lazarus 


5 


llh 


Smith, Nfison 


3 


2t" 


■Smith, Nelson 


4 


2h 


Smith, I'eter 


■i 


f 


Smith, Sabrey 


4 


10 


'Smith, Samuel 


2 


4f 


Smith, Samuel, sen. 


2 


5f 


Smith, Thomas 


4 


13h 


Smith, William 


4 


oh 


Snook. M. 


2 


2f 


Snook, T. L. 


.5 


19 1 


Spankic, William 


C 


3f 


Sparham, William 


3 


14 f 



Con. 

1 

G 

5 

G 



Sparks, Daniel 
Spencc, Robert 
Speacc.William 
Spooncr, Barnabas 
Spooner, Reuben and 

Charles 6 

Spooner, Reuben, jun. 5 
Spooncr, William II. C 
Sproul, James 3 

Sproul, James 3 

Sproul, Joseph 3 

Sproul, Joseph 
Sproul, Joseph & James, 

jun. and Jas. Walker 3 
Staggs, Philip G 

Starr, John H. 3 

Stenson, John G 

Stevens, Abram & Tbos. 5 
Stewart, Alex. !> 

Stewart, John 2 

Stewart, Sam'l and Jos. !i 
Stewart, AVilham F. 2 

Stinson, Jane 5 

Storms, Robert C 

Strahan, John 4 

Sturgess, Joel 5 

Suddanls, Francis 5 

Sngate, Watson 4 

Summorville, Joseph, sen. 
Joseph, jun. and Thos. 5 
Summerville, William .5 
Swain, John 6 

Talbot, William -1 

Thompson, James G 

Thornton, Abram 3 

Tierncy, Daniel 2 

Tierney, Daniel 3 

Topliffe, Anson 6 

ToplifFe, Thompson G 

Tonnsley, Robert 3 

Tremain, Wm. Dennis C 
Trusdale, John 8 

Vanluvan, Anson P. 7 

Vanluvan, Cornelius & 
Michael 7 



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Vnnluvan,LeODard & U'y 7 
Vanorden, James 1 

Vanorden, Matthew 1 

Vanorder, Abram & Wm. 
Vroman, Ed., Wm. sen 

& Win. jun. 
Vroman, John 
Waddington, AVm., sen; 
Waggoner, David J. 
Waggoner, Joseph & 

Emanuel 
Waggoner, Wm. & Thos 
Walker, Amos 
Walker, George 
Walker, George 
W.alker, Iliram, sen. & 

jun. 
Walker, Mary 
Walker, W. & C. 
Wallis, Hugh 
Wallis, James 
Wallis, James 
Walpole, Robert 
Ward, Jonathan 
Ward, Thomas 
Ward, William 
Wartman, Rarnabas A 
Wartman.Dan. & Maitl'd 7 
Wartman, Ilcnry 1 

Wartman, Peter, Henry 
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20 f Watts, Snmnvl N, 
35 i Watson, Thomas 
Wcinecke, Cliurles 
f Wellburn, Marmadukc 

9 f Wells, Peter 
18h Welstead, A. 
2G f Whodc, John 

Williamson.Jno. & Oliver 5 
24 f Williamson, William 
2Gf Wilson, Alexander 
10 Wilson, Rev. Andrew 
15h Wilson, Henry 

13 f Wilson, John, Thomas 

& William 

14 f Wilson, Samuel 
32 Wilson, Thomas T. L. 

8f Wilson, William 

7 f Wilton, Elizabeth & Jno. 
IGf Woo J, Charles 
lOh Woodhousc, Edward 

2 f Worden, Jarvis 
llh Worilen, J. 

4 f Wood, Thomas 

15 f Wright, Daniel 
2f Wrigiit. John 
6f Yeomans, Laura k H. 

10 Young, Henry 
Young, John 

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TOWNSHIP OF LOUGHBOHOUGH. 



The township of Loughborough is bounded on the north by tha 
township of Bedford ; on llie east by the township of Stornngton ; 
on the south-east and sooth bv the township of Stornngton ; on the: 
west by the township of Portland. The township is tolerably level, 
and contains some good laud. It commenced sclthug la IbOO ; and 



254 



TOWNSHIP OP LOUGHBOROUGn. 



bfi'? 1483 inlialntnnts ill 18I-2, IGll in 1850, which hnd increnseil to 
24.'i2 in lust census. Below we give abstract of ngriculturnl procluils 
from last census. 



uetuhns of agricultural produce, lands held, 

OCCUPIERS OF L.'VND, &c., FOR THE TOVVNrilllP OF 
LOUGHBOROUGH. 

Occupiers of lands — total 278 

10 acres and under 15 

10 " to 20 C 

20 '• to .')0 50 

50 " to 100 ; 114 

1(10 " to 200 05 

200 " and upwards 22 

LANDS AND I'RODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 31363 

" under cultivation ' 12G38 

" " crops 70/7 

" " pasture ■ 4788 

" " gardens and orchards 183 

Wood and wild lands 1 8723 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 3C5ri35 

" " fiirmine; iniplenicuts 234O0 

" " produce of gardens and orchards '2067 

Quantity of laud held by townspeople, not being farmers . . 20i 

Fall wheat — acres 43 

" busliels 793 

Spring wheat — acres 1 -102 

" bushels 23H10 

Barley — .icrcs 131 

" bushels 339 » 

Rye — acres 700 

" hushels INiO.! 

Pens — acres 1123 

" bushels 22535 

Oais — acres ^ 1420 

" bushels 41C51 

Buckwheat — acres 30C 

" bu3l)cl3 Ci78 

Indian corn — acres 191 

bushels 4880 

Potatoes — acres 345 

bushels 27003 



TOWNEBIP OP LOccnnonouGn. . 255 

Turnips— Rcrcs ^^5 

'• bushels Ji.'-3 

Carrots — bushels "^'^ 

Manuel wurzel— acres I 

bushels ino 

Beans " ■• '''" 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds— bushels ID 

Hay— tons ^^^'> 

Hops— lbs ''G 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, OTcn, and steers ' •''0 

Milch cows 5H t 

C dves find heifers "'^^ 

Horses, over three years old ''-^^ 

Value of same, in dollars 4027 1 

Colts and fillies 233 

ei'^'-p ^tU, 

Pigs !'•'•> 

Tolui value of live stock, in dollars 75925 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Buttcr-lhs 7.Mn5 

Cheese-lbs }^'f 

Mai.le sugar— lbs "'•'• IJ 

Cider— gallons .f'?. 

Wool-lbs C9:..J 

Fulled clolh— yards \'y 

Flannel— yards ■'f 'f 

Beef-in barrels of 200 lbs y> 

Pork " " \\^ 

Carriages kept for pleasure j '-^ 

Value of same in dollars {, 

Carriages kept for hire i^ 

Value of same, in dollars ■^^^ 

Ci-Ksus DY Origin.— England and Wales, 100; Scotland, 20; 
Ireland, 319; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 1913; 
French origin, 3; United States, 01; Nova Scolia and Pnnee Ed- 
ward's Island, 2 ; Prussia, German States and Holland, 3 ; Guernsey, 
Jersey, and other British Islands, 1 ; total, 2-l.")2. 

Census dy Rkligion.— Church of England, 318; Church of 
Rome C02; Established Church of Scotland, 70; lice Church ot 
Scotland, 33; United Presbyterians, 2; Wcslejan Methc.di.ts, 389; 
Episcopal Methodists, BIO-, other Methodists I8(._; baptists, 8; 
Quakers, 20 ; other religious not classed, 2 ; total. 24 j2. 



aso 



TOWNSHIP OF LOUGBBOROOaH. 



Abrnms, Abraham 
Abmnis, John 
Aijinnis, Thomas 
Albersoii, John 
Amcy, AJnm 
Amey, Gvance 
Amcy, John 
Amey, Nelson 
Amey, Nelson 
Amey, Nicholas 
Amey, Peter 
Anderson, Charles 
Aniiing, Samuel 
Anning, Samuel 
Annin^, William 
Abh, Daviil, M.D. 
Ashley, Abram 
Ashley, Abraham 
Ashley, Nelson 
Aykioyil, Andrew 
Aykroyd, Charles 
Aykioyd, Daniel 
Baljcock, David 
Babcoek, James 
Banks, George 
Barrett, Jesse 
Barrett, Joseph 
Bennett, Henry 
Bennington, John 
Bibby, Sardis 
Blake, C'o'burn 
Blake, Daniel 
Blako, Gcurge 0. S. 
Blake, Israel 
Blake, John 
Blake, John 
Blr.kesley, Jeremiah 
Boothe, John K. 
Boyec, ,Iacob 
Boyce, James 
Boyce, John 
Boyce, John 
Boyc?, Martin 
Boyce, WiUiarn 
Brawiey, James 



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Brnwley, Thomas 
Brooks, George 
Brown, Julinstono 
Buck, V.zrii 
Buck, George 
Buck, Tunis 
Burke, Cornelius 
Dnrkc, Jeremiah 
Burt, James 
Bnttimore, William 
Byrnes, John 
Caldwell, Mrs. Jane 
Caldwell, Robert, 
Caldwell, Thomas 
Caldwell, William 
Cameron, Alexander 
Cameron, Murdock 
Campbell, Arthur 
Carey, Francis 
Carey, James 
(Jarey, Lawrence 
Carey, Patrick 
Carscallan, Luke 
Carscallan, Thomas 
Cashman, Michael 
Chalice, John 
Chilton, James 
Chilton, John 
Chown, Lewis 
ChristolV, Ilenry 
Clarke, Andrew 
Clement, George 
Clement, Lewis 
Clement, William 
Clough, William 
Collins, Archibald 
Collins, Ilenry 
Collins, James 
Collins, Joseph 
Collins, Samuel 
Conklin, David 
Connolly, John 
Connoliy, John 
Connors, John 
Conway, Patrick 



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TOWNanip OP LOUGiinoROucn. 



Coppinger, Thomns 
Corkil, Thomas 
Cosgrill', James 
Cosgrove, James 
Cosgrove, Matthew 
Cranstone, Charles 
Cranstone, Lewis 
Cranstone, Lewis 
Cranstone, Walter 
Cranstone, Walter S. 
Crawford, Samuel 
Crawford, Samuel 
Crawford, Samuel 
Creighton, John 
Crcighton, Robert 
Creighton, Robert 
Cummings, John 
Darling, Charles 
Darling, Ira 
Darling, James 
Davana, Patrick 
Davan.a, Patrick 
David, Charles 
D.ivis, Lbenezer 
Davis, Emeline 
Davy, Adam 
Davy, Chester 
Davy, Chester 
Dawson, John 
Dawson, Miss S. 
Dean, James 
Dean, James 
Deer, Ilenry 
Deer, John 
Deer, Marmaduke 
Dcnnie, Joseph 
Deyo, Abraham 
Deyo, Christopher 
Deyo, Daniel 
Deyo, Schuyler 
Deyo, Sylvanus 
Dies, George 
Dies, Horace 
Dies, James 
Donnelly, Mrs. 

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Donovan, Denis 
Donovan, John 
Doyle, Michael 
Doyle, Timothy 
Ducket, Joseph 
Duff, Charles 
Duff, William 
Dnlniage, George 
Dnnlop, Dr., M.D. 
Dunn, Mrs. Jane 
Dwyer, John 
Dycks, James 
Dycks, William A. 
Eddy, Thomas 
Ennis, George 
Ennis, Ja.nes 
Ennig, William 
Ferguson, Alex. 
Ferguson, John, jni:. 
Ferguson, Robert M. 
Foreshea, Michael 
Foxton, Peter 
Foxton, Peter 
Frazer, Kenneth 
Freeman, Alpheus 
F.eeman, Barnabas C. 
Frair, Isaac 
Fi'ceman, John 
Freeman, John K. 
Freeman, Peter W. 
Gahan, Patrick 
Garvin, James 
Garvin, John 
Garvin, John 
Gosling, James 
Gosling, William 
Gossage, John 
Graham, Geoigc 
Graham, James 
Graham, Joseph 
Graham, Robert 
Grainger, Andrew 
Grainger, Joseph 
Grainger, John 
Qraonis, Salleck 



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258 



TOWNSHIP OF LOUGnnOROUGlI. 



TOWNSHIP or LoucjiinoitouGii. 



Grant, James 
Green, Michael 
Griiinell, Ilenman 
Groom, Iilicliael 
Grooms, Martin 
Grooms, Thomas 
Grooms, I'eter 
Guess, Francis 
Guess, James 
Guess, Joel 15. 
Guess, Thomas 
Guess, WilHam 
Guess, William E. 
Guess, William S. 
Guthrie, David 
Guthrie, Walter 
Hadlcy, Hiram 
llan;erman, Ahram 
Ilagerman, Edward 
Haight, David 
Hall, Wilham 
Uanlon, Mrs. 
Hardy, Henry 
Harker, George 
Harper, John 
Harrigan, Cornelius 
Harrigan, Michael 
Hartwick, William 
Haydeii, .Michael 
Havdeu, Michael 
Hayden, Michael 
Healy, James 
Hcaly, Maurice 
Henry, Jamea 
Henry, Felix 
Henghston, Martha 
Hill, Alexander 
Hill, James 
Hill, William U.. 
Uingy, John 
Hingy, Michael 
Ilinpy, Timothy 
Hohbs, William 
Hogan, Michael 
Hogan, Patrick 



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Holden, Marven 
Holden, Marven 
Holden, Sylvester 
Holuies, John 
Holrod, Feli.x 
Hopper, Robert 
Horner, Henry 
Hull', William 
Hunter, William 
Jaickquith, Benjamin 
Johnston, Ira 
Johnstone, Lyman 
Johnstone, Richard 
Johnstone, William 
Joyner, Charles 
Joyner, Charles 
Joyner, Gideon 
Kavanagh, Frederick 
Keayes, Michael 
Keely, James 
Keely, James D. 
Keely, Margaret 
Keely, Martin 
Keller, James 
Keller, Wdliam 
Kelly, liryan 
KcUy, John 
Kelly, Jolin 
Kemp, William 
Kennedy, Philip 
Kennedy, Robert 
Kennedy, William 
Kennedy, William 
Kennedy, William 
Keon, James 
Keon, Michael 
Keon, Michael 
Keon, Patrick 
Keon, Robert 
Kibby, John 
Kibby, Richard 
King, William 
Knight, Isaac 
Knowlton, John 
Lacy, Michael 



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Lahey, Jamea 
Lahey, Patrick 
Langwith, Joseph 
Laughlan, James 
Lawrence, Timothy 
Lawrence, William 
Leatherland, Job 
Lee, William 
Loekart, John 
Loughlan, Jamea 
Lynn, Hugh O. 
Lyons, James 
McAnley, Catharine 
McAuley, Catharine 
McAuley, Francis 
McAnley, Neal 
McCambridge, Arch'd. 
McCombs, William 
AlcConnell, James 
McConnell, Robert 
McCowl, Peter 
McDonald, Hugh 1 

McDonald, Michael 
MeFaddcn, Thomas 
McGown, John 1 

McGrogan, Patrick 
McKenian, Stephen 
McLahcrlY, John 
McLeod, Airs. 
AIcMillcn, David 
McMiUen, Henry 
McMillen, John 
McMillen, John 
McQuaidc, James ' 
McQuaide, Patrick 
McRorey, James 
McRorey, John 
Mace, William 
Mace, William 
Mace, William 
Mace, William 
Mace, William 
Mace, William 
Mace, William j 

Madden, Hugh ; 



Madden, Jolin 
Mahon, Francis 
Marshall, Thomas 
Martin, Charles 
Martin, Charles H. 
Martin, Susannah 
Mattis, Nelson 
8h Mavity, John 
SfhAIavity, Robert 



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Medcalf, Dovvker 
Medeuli; Thomas 
Wcllons, George 
Merrill, George 
Merrill, Thomas 
Milgrcw, James 
Mills, Charles 
Moore, Archibald 
Moore, Joseph q 

Moore, William c 

Moore, William g 

Mucklelicaru, John 9 

Muekleliearn, Jno. jun.IO 
Mueklestone, Sfilman 5 



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Mucklewe, Jamea 
Min-rny, TimoMiy 
Naish, Williii-u ' 
Nichols, James 
Nichols, Joseph 
O'Brien, James 
O'Brien, John 
O'Brien, Lawrence 
O'Brien. I'africk 
O'Brien, Patrick. '■ 



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O'Neill, Denis 
O'Riely, Luke 
Orser, LJivarJ 
Orser, James 
Orser, Joiin 
O'Shca, /eremiah 
Page, J'remiah 
Page, John D. 
Parrott, Wcsiev 
Patterson. Ralph 



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Perry, Richard 


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TOWNSuip OF Louuiinouoiinn. 



2i;i 



Storms, Sidney 

Stover, Martin 

Suddard, John 

Sulliv.in, Patrick 

Snttle, C. A. 

Switzer, George 

Swilzer, John, 

Switzer, John, 

Switzer, John, 

Switzer, John, sen. 

Switzer, John, jun. 

Switzer, Lorenzo 

Switzer, Samuel 

Sylls, George ' 

.Sylls, James 

Sylls, John 

Sylls, Levi 

Sylls, Samuel 

Sylls, Wesley 

Sylls, William 
Thomson, James 
Tobin, John 
. Townsend, Edward 
Townsend, Mrs. 
Tracy, Patrick 
Treniicrc, Margaret 
Trnsdale, Matthew 
Tunrath, Joseph 
Hpham, Edward 
Vallicr Daniel 
Vallicr, Edward 
Vallier, Johu 
Vallicr, Josejih 
Vnllier, Oliver 
Vanalstine, Sidney 
Vancoughnet, Peter 
Vancoughuet, William 
Vanlouven, David P. 
Vanlouven, Frederick 
Vanlouven, Milton M. 
Vanlouven, Sanford 



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Varat, Jolm 
Walker, Cliarles 
Walker, David 
Walker, David J. 
Walsh, John 
W^iilsh, John 
Walsh, Lawrence 
Walsh, Patrick 
Walsh, William 
Waters, Bulkley 
Waters, Wallace 
Waters, vl'allaee 
Welstcul, Alfred 
Whc.'ihii.,.lohn 
Whcalan, Nieholns 
Whealan, Patrick 
Whealcv, Martin 
Whit^, Nicholas 
Whitely, George 
Williams, Cornolin.s 
Willinms, Oornchus 
Willovighbv, Anthony 
Wjlloughby, John ■ 
Wilson, Mrs. Jane 
Wilson, Afrs. 
Wood, Pryun 

Wood, Gilbert 
Wood. Hosca 

Wood, .Tames 

Wood, James 

Wood, John 

Wood, Sidney 

Wood, William A. 

Wright, Abrair, 

Wright, George 

Wright, James 

M'right, John 

Youngs, IJarnabas 

Youngs, John 



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TOWNSHIPS OF MILLER AND CANONTO. 



TOWNSHIPS OF MILLER AND 
CANONTO. 



The township of Miller is bounded on the north by tho township 
of Mntawatcban, county of Renfrew; on thc'enst by the township of 
Canonto (North and South) ; on the south by the township of Claren- 
don ; and on the west by the township of Abiriger, county of Addiiig- 
ton. Tlie township is dotted over by many little lakes, the principal 
ones being Fortune, Maekie, Indian, and Brule, and whose waters are 
united by small outlets, and form the source of the Mississippi river, 
which, passing into the county of Lanark in an easterly direction, 
empty into the Mississippi lake, and thence, by a northerly course 
through the northern portion of the county of Carleton, eventually 
find their way into that part of the Upper Ottawa, called the Chats 
lake. 

The township of Canonto is bounded on the north by the township 
of Brougham, county of Renfrew — the Madawaska river being the 
dividing line ; on tlio east by the township of BIythctield, county of 
Renfrew, and by the township of Levant, county of Lanark ; on the 
south by the township of Palmerston ; and on the west by the town- 
Bhip of Miller. I\Iud lake, which lies in the northern part of the 
township, empties its waters into the Madawaska river. The town- 
ship is divided into Nortli and south Canonto. Neither of tlie town- 
ships (Miller nor Canonto) are settled to any great extent — the total 
number of inhabitants for both being but GSiii the year 18CI. Relow 
we give an abstract from the lar.t census of the returns of agricultural 
jKOduce in both townships. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIPS OF 
MILLER AND CANONTO. 

Occupiers of land — total 3 

100 to 200 acres 3 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 344 

Amount under cultivation C 

" crops C 

"Wood and wild lands 538 



TOWNSHIP OF OLDEN. 2C"j 

Cash value of farms in dollars (i 10 

Spring wheat — acres ! 

" bushels 20 

Potatoes — acres 2 

" bushels 250 

LIVE STOCK. 

Horses over three years old • 2 

Value of same in dollars 220 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES, 

None. 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 4 ; Ireland, 9 j Natives 
of Canada, not of French origin, 32 ; French origin, 22 ; United 
States, 1 ; total, C8. 

Census by Rehoion. — Church of England, 11 ; Church of Rome, 
34 ; Established Church of Scotland, 2 ; Free Church of Scotland, 13 ; 
United Presbyterian, 1 ; Protestants, 7; total, C8. 



TOWNSHIP OF OLDEN. 



The township of Olden is bounded on the north by tiic township of 
Clarendon ; on the east by the township of Oso ; on the south by the 
township of Hinchinbrooke ; and on the west by the township of 
Kennebec. In the northern part of the township is Hungry lake, in 
the eastern part are lakes Shnrbnt and Legget, and in the southeru 
part lies Long lake, and in the western part the eastern end of Cross 
lake extends into it. About the centre of the township, on the Frou- 
tenae road, lies the post village of Mountain Grove. In 18G1, the 
population of the township was 435. Here follows tlie return of agri- 
cultural produce for the last census. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, L.VNDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
OLDEN. 

Occupiers of Land — total ♦ 84. 

50 acres and under 100 ''\ 

100 " to 200 25 

200 " and upwards ^ 



204 



TOWNSHIP OF OLDEN. 



LANDS AND mODUCE. 

Amount held in Acres 13230 

Amount under cultivation 1092 

" crops 925 

'■ pasture 1G2 

" gnrdeus and orchards .' 5 

Wood find wild lands 1213S 

Cnsh value of farms in dollars 35370 

" farming implements 2174 

Fall wheat — acres 6 

bushels 113 

SprinR wheat — acres 201 

" busliels 4.181 

Barley — acres 3 

" bushels 48 

Rye — acres 16 

" bushels 195 

Peas — acres li 

bushels 251 

Oats — acres 120 

bushels 3799 

13 uck wheat — acres 12 

bushels , 317 

Indian Cora — acres 29 

" bushels 5G5 

Potatoes — acres 98 

bushels 12092 

Turnips — acres 70 

bushels 12GJ8 

Carrots— bushels 80 

Mangel wur/.cl — bushels 2G 

Beans — bushels 17 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels G 

Hay— tons 191 

Uops— lbs 10 

Flax and hemp — lbs 4 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen luul steers 7C 

Milch cows 83 

Calves and heifers 115 

Horses over three years old 20 

Value of same in dollars 2300 

Colts and fillies 7 

Sheep 124 

Pigs 57 

Total value of live stock 8032 



TowNsiii:- or olden. 



2fi5 



DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

ftutter— lbs 17427 

Cheese — lbs 215 

Maple sugar — lbs 9174 



Wool— lbs 

Fulled cloth — yai'ds 

yiannel — yards 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs 

Pork, 

Carriages ke()t for pleasure 



-IfiO 

107 

232 

30 

42 

1 



Value of same in dollars ' 100 

Census ^BV Origin. — England and Wales, 32; Scotland, 8; 
Ireland, 80* Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 291 ; French 
iirigin, 12 ; United States, 12— Total, 435. 

Census nv Religion.— Church of England, 225 ; Cliurch of 
Rome, 35 ; Established Church of Scotland, 4 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 4C ; Wcsleyan Methodists, 44 ; Episcopal Methodists, G4 ; 
other Methodists, 3 ; others, not classed, 14— Total, 435. 



Abbott, Henry 
Abbott, James 
Armstrong, Robert 
Aapill, Edward 
Karr, Edward 
Babcock, Jacob 
Bates, WnVuun 
Render, James, sen. 
Berry, Harmon 
Beverley, Thomas 
Bigam, John 
Bigam, Robert 
Bigam, Samuel 
Bowernmn, James 
Brown, James 
Burley, Jacob 
Burley, Henry 
Burley, Jesse 
Conboy, Daniel 
Conboy, James 
Conboy, John, sen. 
Conboy, John, jnn. 
Conroy, John 
Coult.fr, Joseph, ecu. 
Coulter, Joseph, juu. 



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Coulter, Wiliani 
Cox, David 
Cox, George 
Cox, Thomas 
Crawford, Daniel 
Crawford, Georce 
Cronk, David 
Cronk, Matthew 
Cronk, Sylv.inus 
Cronk, William 
Crozicr, George 
Dawson, Charles 
Deerliam, Joli]> 
Dccrham, Lewis 
Drake, Joseph 
Drew, George 
Flynn, Gilbert 
Flynn, Robcrl 
Frnser, Roderick 
Freeman, Jlnry Ann 
Godfrey, E. 
Godfrey, Warner, sen. 
Godfrey, Warner N. 
Goodrich, Richard 
Goodrich, Stephen 



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TOWNSHIP OF OLDEN. 





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Hiiglics, Abraham 


5 


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Jack, John 


10 


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James, S. 


5 


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5 


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Johnson, William 


4 


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Johnston, John 


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8 


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Lake, Moses 


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Larabce, Andrew 


1 


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1 


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Lee, William 


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Leniion, John 


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Lewis, David 


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Lewis, Henry 


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Jjewis, Robert 


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LiviiiiTston S: Miller 


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Lockwood, D. 


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Lndlow, David 


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McChnrles, William 





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McDonald, Alexander 


1 


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4 


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McGinnes, Alexander 


11 


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McKee, John 
McPherson, Duncan 
Marshal, James 
Mossman, Thomas 
Parka, Henry 
Peters, Andrew 
Peters, lienjamin 
Peters, John 
Peters, Valentine 
Powley, John 
Price, Nicholas 
Quinn, 13. 
Rcacroft, John 
Reily, GerrarJ 
Reily, Steiihcn 
Robertson, Michael 
Rushan, Andrew 
Sanderson, Edward 
Sanderson, John 
Sanderson, William 
Scott, George 
Shells, John 
Soles, Alphonso 
Soles, J. 
Soles, Thomas 
Stiiichcome, James 
Stinchconie, Jesse 
Stone, Lewis 
Thompson, George 
Trotter, David 
Tncker, David 
A^andcwater, John 
Vannest, Harmon 
Vanvnlkenburg, S. 
V/a!Uoft', Joseph 
Watterstone, James 
Wisfer, Henry 
Wister, Patrick 
York, Gilbert 



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TOWNSHIP OF OSO. 



207 



TOWNSHIP or OSO. 



Phe township of Oso is bounded on the north bv tiie icwnsliip of 
Pnlmerstonj on the cast by the township of Novthnnd fe"ntii Sher- 
brooke, county of Lanark; on the south by the township of Bedfofd • 
and on the west by the township of OldcA. In 1801, the townshiu 
conlamcd 349 mhabitants ; and the following is an abstract of the 
agricultural produce, &c., from the census of that year. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
UoO. 

Occupiers of land — total ^n 

10 acres and under \ » 

10 " to 20 ... ■; 

20 " to 50 o 

50 " to 100 o„ 

100 " to 200 ••"'!'.'!!.'!!!!!!.'!.'.;.'" 20 

200 " and upwards ..."...,., 'l 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount JieUl in acres 10007 

" under cultivation '>ifj\ 

" ;; "°f '.'■'.'^.'^'^..'.'j.':::::. \\\^ 

pasture jjgg 

" " gardens and orchards ,\ \ 

Wood and wild lands ' "^TMi 

Cash value of farms, in dollars j '19.J0 

" farming implements ipg^ 

Quantity of land held by townspeople not being farmers "' ' 712 

Fall wheat — acres " ' ' ,, 

• " bushels 1 25 

Spring wheat — acres j .^ 

^ , " '^"s''eis ....;.....;:;;;;;;;;::::;;::;::: 2109 

llarley — acres o 

" bushels ' ] ' 20 

Peas — acres " < j 

" bushels G35 

Oats— acres 140 

' bushels ' ' zWa 



I 



2GR 



TOWNsnir OF oso. 



Potatoes — acres 73 

bushels 5110 

Turnips — acres 

bushels 590 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels 2 

Ilay — tons -l-l 

LIVE STOCK. 

IJulls, oxen, and steers : 55 

Milch cows • 1G2 

Calves and heifers 225 

Horses, over 3 years old 47 

^'alue of same, in dollars 2181 

Colts and fillies 24 

Sheeii 297 

Pigs Ill 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 1 07fi4 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter— lbs 9490 

.\faple sugar — lbs 8310 

Wool— lbs 780. 

Fulled cloth — yards 30' 

Flannel — yards 581 

Beef iu barrels of 200 lbs . 48 

Pork •' " 114 

Census nv Origin. — England aud Wales, ,T j Scotland, II ; Ire- 
land, 63 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 209 ; United 
States, 1 ; all other places, 2 ; total, 349. 

CuNsus nv" Religion. — Church of England, 186 ; Church of 

Home, 25 ; Established Church of Scotland, 57; AVeslcyan Metho- 
dists, 81 ; total, 349. "*' 



.\tchcson, John 
Armstrong, John 
Armstrong, Richard 
Armstrong, Tiiomas 
Armstrong, William 
Armstrong, William 
Benn, Robert 
Briggs, Stanley 
Briggs, Tliomas 
Buchanan, Hugh 
Burk, Henry 



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Burk, John 
Burk, John 
Burk, Joseph 
Burk, Richard 
Burk, Robert 
Burk, Robert 
Burk, William 
Burk, William 
Butler, Pierce 
Butler, Pierce 
Calford, William 



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TOWNSHIP OF OSO. 



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Castle, John 
Chambers, Uenry 
Chambers, John 
Cli."fnber3, Moses 
Charlton, Robert 
Charlton, William 
Clement, Elias 
Clinc, David 
Cobb, Thomas 
Conboy, Daniel 
Crain, William 
Curry, Silas 
Davis, Joseph 
Donnelly, Edward 
Donnelly, Edward 
Donnelly, Henderson 
Donnelly, John 
Donnelly, William 
England, William 
Ferguson, Duncan 
Fisher, Nathan 
Fitzp.itrick, Michael 
Fleet, James 
Fleet, John 
Flood, Charles 
Friar, Ira 
Garrett, George 
Garrett, Matthew 
Goald, John 
Graham, David 
' Graham, George 
Graham, James 
Greer, John 
Greer, Thomas 
Greer, William 
Grey, Archibald 
Hall, Henry 
Harrison, John 



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G 


21fh 


4 


2u 


C 


22fh 





3Uh 


6 


2Ch 


G 


26h 


3 


]6h 


7 


27h 


5 


20h 


4 


22h 


I 


29 fh 


2 


29fh 


5 


20h 


2 


41. 


G 


19fh 


2 


13h 


5 


25h 


3 


20h 


3 


21 


5 


19h 


7 


20h 


5 


17h 


3 


20h 


6 


12fh 


1 


28fh 


2 


18h 



Harrison, William 
Hawley, William 
Henderson, Widow 
Hughs, Widow 
Johnston, Andrew 
Knapp, John 
Lake, Benjamin 
Lake, Widow 
Lockwood, Thomas 
Long, James 
MeCliarles, Alexander 
McCliarles, Kenneth 
McDonald, Widow 
McGuinnes, Alexander 
McGninncs, Mr. 
McKcuion, Hugh 
McMuUeu, Robert 
McPhersOn, Alexander 
McPherson, James 
McVay, Henry 
MeVny, James 
Mason, Robinson 
Randies, Adam 
Randies, Gilbert 
Randies, Joseph 
Reed, Robert 
Sargcant, George 
Sargeant, John 
Scott, Cnshcl 
Shibly, Absalom 
Smith, Samuel 
Toniilson, Jonathan 
Willson, James 
Warren, John 
Young, Charles 
Young, George 
Young, James 



Con. 
1 

1 
7 



Lot. 
ISu 

afh 

22fh 
29h 

7h 

2h 
13h 
20 fh 
!2h 
lOli 
Mh 
; 14h 
IGh 

3fli 

2fh 
27h 
27fh 
17H 
18fh 
19h 
19h 
llh 

5h 

Ih 

Ih 
20rh 
25h 
31h 
24h 

9h 
lOh 
19h 

20fli 
24,fh 
25h 
22h 



270 



TOWNSHIP OF PALMERSTON. 



TOWNSHIP OF PALMERSTON. 



The township of Palmerston Is bounded on the north by the town- 
ship of Cnnonto ; on the east by the townships of Levant and Sher- 
brookc, county of Lanark ; on the south by the to\Tnship3 of Oso aud 
Olden ; and on the west by the township of Clarendon. Palmerston 
is but little settled ; and in 1861 contained but 127 inhabitants. For 
abstract of agricultural produce, &c., from last census, see the fol- 
lowing : 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS UELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
, PALIMERSTON. 

Occupiers of lands — total 21 

50 acres to 100 6 

100 " 200 15 

LANDS AND PnODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 305G 

" under cultivation 701 

'* crops •'533 

" pasture 168 

"Wood and wild lands 2355 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 8190 

" farming implements 910 

Fall wheat — acres 12 

bushels 230 

Spring wheat — acres G9. 

bushels 1129 

Barley — acres "i 

bushels 108 

Pens — acres 21 

" bushels 399 

Oats — acres 56 

•■ bushels 1520 

Indian corn — acres 7 

bushels 102 

Potatoes — acres 21 

bushels 1980 

Turnips — acres 3 

bushels 520 

Carrots — bushels 10 



TOWNSBIP OF l'AI,Mi;nSTON. 



271 



Mangel \viir7.el — bushels 

Beans — bushels 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds 

Ilay — tons 

Hops — Iba 



LIVE STOCK. 



40 

1 

5 

184 

6 



14 

53 

85 

13 

G4G 

13 

118 

53 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 4329 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter — lbs 5<1.50 

Cheese— lbs .500 

Maple sugar— lbs 2300 

"" " ■■ 451 

41 

301 

12 

45 



Bulls, oxen and steers 

Milch cows 

Calves and heifers 

Horses over three years old., 

Value of same in dollars 

Colts aud tillies 

Sheep ...♦. 

Pigs 



Wool— lbs. 

Fulled cloth — yards 

Flannel — yards 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs. , 
Pork, 



Census by Origin. — Scotland, 8; Ireland, 2; Natives of Canada, 
not of French origin, 110 ; French origin, 5 ; United States, 2 ; lot.il, 
127. 

Census nv Religion. — Church of England, 5 ; Church of Rome, 
11 ; Established Church of Scotland, 68 ; Free Church of Scotland, 
42 i Episcopal Methodists, 1 ; total, 127. 



Bain, Alexander 
Booth, James 
Booth, John 
Bosha, Boshka 
Bosheau, Bateehe 
Brule, Eustache 
Campbell, James 
Campbell, John 
Cochlin, Thomas 
Cod, Abraham 
Conn, Fergus 



Oon. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


10 


5h 


Conn, Robert 


2 


26fh 


7 


28h 


Crawford, James 


11 


3h 


7 


29 


Dawson, John 


2 


28fh 


5 


29h 


Dunham, Henry 


a 


28fh 


4 


30h 


Durkin, Patrick 


7 


27fh 


8 


23h 


Elliott, Archibald 


G 


28h 


6 


32h 


Elliott, John 


G 


27h 


7 


31h 


Evans, John 


9 


2Gf 


2 


26fh 


Evans, Thomas 





28fh 


7 


21f 


Evans, William 


9 


27fh 


2 


27fh 


Ferguson, James 


11 


8h 



272 



TOWNSIIII" OF VITTSIIURCH. 



Coil. 


Lot. 




Cou. 


Lot 


8 


Uh 


McKeiizic, Hiigli 


8 


27h 


n 


121i 


iMcKeiizic, John 


8 


2Ch 


10 


Sill 


Maybcrr)', William 


3 


2iih 


11 


llfh 


Miukie, John 


8 


18f 


10 


3h 


Miller, Mrs. 


10 


lOfh 


10 


Clh 


Miller, Thomas 


11 


Ufb 


9 


Gh 


Moore, Jonathan, jun 


8 


28h 


5 


28h 


Moran, William 


7 


24h 


5 


31h 


(JlmstcaJ, George 


10 


7fh 


G 


3 Hi 


I'arkcr, Alexander 


7 


ISf 


5 


30h 


ParUer, John 


10 


24f 


8 


25ni 


Parks, John 


9 


5f 


8 


25 h 


Phij'l'air, J. John 


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25h 


S 


17h 


Itobinson, Ira 


8 


24fU 


11 


27li 


Sargent, Henry 


10 


2fb 


8 


31h 


Scolt, John 


3 


281' L 


2 


24fh 


Smith, James 


11 


2Ch 


8 


25 li 


Smith, Thomas 


10 


5h 


9 


71i 


Sworilfigure, William 


11 


24h 


11 


3111 


Tenncnt, William 


.5 


27h 


9 


Cli 


Turcottc, Andrew 


2 


24U 


9 


4h 


Turcotte, Nazaire 


4 


29fh 


11 


4f 


'I'ushcau, D. 


5 


28h 


8 


3fli 


Watson, Alejsander 


2 


2r.h 


U 


21' h 


Watt, James 


1 


28fh 


3 


29li 


Watt, John 


11 


25tli 


8 


!9rh 


White, Antoinc 


4 


32fh 


8 


19h 


WiUson, Robert 


3 


28fh 


8 


20l"h 


Wright, Adam 


8 


IGh 


1 


2orh 


Wright, John 


8 


151i 



Verguson, Ilobcrt 
Giddcs, Ad.^ln 
Gilchrist, James 
fiilles & McCIarcn 
Hanagh, John, sen. 
Hanagh, John, jun. 
Hanagh, William 
Jerbeau, Godfrey 
Jcrbeau, Joseph 
Jerbeau, Leo 
Jerbean, Phcbeus 
JCelioe, P. William 
Kchoc, Thomas 
Kelly, Alexander 
Kelly, John 
Kenady, Patrick 
Lindsay, Alexander 
Lochcad, C. D. 
Lyic, Thomas 
McDonald, Donald 
McDonald, John 
McDonnell, John, jun. 
McDonnell, John 
McDougald, Allen 
McDougald, Donald 
McDougald, William 
McMicken, Mr. 
McMicken, Wm., jun. 
Marreau, Lewis 
Alclnncs, James 



TOWNSHIP OF PITTSBURGH. 



The Township of Pittsburgh is bounded on the north by the tovm- 
ship of Storrington ; oa the east by the township of Leeds, county of 
Leeds ; on the south by the Bay of Quint6 ; and on the west by the 
town.ship of Kingston. Pittsburg was formerly a large township, but 
it was divided to form the new township of Storrington — the Ilidcau 
Canal now forming its north-western boundary. It contains a g;reat 
de.ll of rocky land, nnj commenced settling about the year 1800 ; uud 



TOWNSHIP OF PITTSBUnOn. 



773. 



m 1850, U contained 2426 inhabitants. From the crop of 1849. 13 000 

nn't\ °^, "^''""^ ^^■^°*^ ''"''"■'^ "<■ °"*^ i 7,800 bushels of pens, 
20,000 bushels of potatoes, 6,500 pounds of wool, and 15,700 pounds 
of butter were produced. For abstract of agricultural returns from 
Jast census, see the following. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS. &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
PITTSBURGH. 

Occupiera of land — total ^j^ 

10 acres and under ....'..'. 10 

10 acres to 20 o 

20 " 50 '.[ "",'.', 122 

50 " 100 170 

100 ■• 200 '.'.'. '.".'.'.'.'..'.'.'.'.! ■.■.'..■.'. 70 

200 " and upwards _, 33 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres •49171 

Amount under cultiTatiou 22078 

crops ■ KWIi5 

pasture yyoQ 

" gardens and orchards 193 

Wood and wild lauds 27093 

Cash lalue of farms in dollars 8C'3.i3G 

" farming implements „ <3327S 

" produce of gardens and orchards 43y] 

Quantity of laud held by townspeople, not being farmers ... 57 

Fall wheat— ^acres 7^ 

" bushels :i(;o4 

Spring wheat — acres 3120 

„ ," l^ushcls \.'.ZZZ O5074 

uarley — acres 210 

" bushels 55 ■:4 

Rye — acres _' ' _] jqjj 

" bushels 3741 

Peas — acres ~ I'SZO 

^" '^"shels !..!!.'!!;.".'.'.'."."!.".'""; 30190 

Oats — acres 3278 

„", ^"^'^'^'s '..S[IZ\Z'.Z.'.'..'.'.''.'.''.'. 107305 

Uuckwheat — acres (;o 

bushels ■..■.'.. 137e 

18 



274 



TOWNSHIP OF MTtSbURGH. 



Indian com — acres 49 

" busliels 1895 

Potatoes — acres C64 

bushels 5C353 

Turnips^acres 20 

buslich 3983 

Carrots — bushels 4333 

JIangel wurzel — acres 11 

bushels 1448 

Beniis — bushels 79 

Clover, timothy Riid other grass-seeds — bushels 12 

Hay— tons 370! 

Hops— lbs 128 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 188 

Milch cows 1428 

Cftlves and heifers 1589 

Horses, over three years old 977 

Value of same in dollars 77C71 

Colts and fillies 440 

Sheep 4804 

Pigs 1413 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 13G092 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES 

Butter— lbs 110947 

Cheese— lbs 1500 

Maple sugar— lbs 2029 

Cider — gallons .• 80 

Wool— lbs 1G336 

Tulled cloth — yards 1522 

Flannel — yards 4295 

Linen — yards 116 

Beef- in barrels of 200lb3 200 

Pork— " '■ 1007 

Carriages kept for jjleasure 85 

Value of same in dollars 5893 

Carriages kept for hire 1 

Value of same in dollars , 20 

Census hy Origin. — England and Wales, 181 ; Scotland, 157 ; 
Ireland, 1223 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 2727 ; French 
origin, 1 10 ; United States, 84 ; New Brunswick, 1 ; West Indies, 2 ; 

Prussia, German States and Holland, 7 ; France, 1 ; Sweden and Nor- 
way, 1 ; Switzerland, 1 ; at sea, 1— Total, 4391. 



TOWNSHIP OF PITrSBURGH. 



275 



Census by Religion.— Church of England, 1313; Cliurch of 
Rome, 1546 J Estabhsbed Church of Scotland, 344 ; Free Clmrch of 
Scotland, 194; Umled Presbyterians. 310; Wcsleyan Methodists, 
51G; Episcopal Methodists, 139; other Methodists, 10- Baptists 

ctss';d!'7-Totii; -i^'t"""^' ' ■■ '^^ ""^'°"' ' ' ^ °">" -''g-- -' 



Abrams, George 
Abrams, John 
Abrams, Josias 
Acheson, James 
Acheson, William 
Adair, David 
Adair, Joseph 
Adams, Alexander 
Agnew, Edward 
Ahearn, John 
Allen, John 
Allen, Samuel 
Allen, Thomas 
Allen, William, sen. 
Allen, William, jun. 
Allen William 
Amoe, James 
Ander;on, James 
Anderson, James 
Anderson, John 
Anderson, William 
Anglin, Robert, sen, 
Angliii, Robert, jun, 
Anglin, Samuel 
Anionic, Elijah 
Armstrong, Charles 
Armstrong, Ernncis 
Armstrong, John 
Aspiml, James . 
Babeock. Angus 
Baillie, John 
Baillic, Thomas 
Bailllie, William 
Balch, John C. 
Baldrick, John 
Ball, John 
Balton, George 
Baker, Thomas 



Con. 


Lot 


5 


32 f 


5 


38 f 


5 


37h 


C 


30 f 


C 


31 f 


8 


3i 


8 


34h 


4 


20 f 


5 


23h 


31 


7h 


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b 


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2 


17 f 


1 


lOh 


B 


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Barker, Edward J. 
Ba'rker, James 
Barter, Benjamin 
Barter, Samuel 
Basheau, Felix 
Bates, William 
Baxter, George, 
Baxter, Peter 
Baxter, William L. 
Beams, James, sen. 
Beams, James, jun. 
Beams, John 
Beams, John 
Beaty, John 
Beaton, Donald 
Beaton, William 
Beattie, John 
liecuff, Dominic 
Becsly, Henry 
Beggs, William 
Belknap, Hiram 
Bell, John 
liell, Robert 
Bell, Thomas 
Bell, Walter ■ 
Bell, William 
Belwa, Charles 
Bennett, Robert 
Bcrrigan, Timothy 
Best, Alexander 
Birmingham, Eliza 
Black, James 
Blacklock, James 
lilaeklock, John 
lilacklock, Thomas 
Blake, Francis 
Blake, George 
Blake, George 



Con. 


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G 


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B 


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11 f 


o 


9 


B 


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5 


2sr 


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3G 


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28 f 


5 


37 f 


5 


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B 


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Blake, James 
Blake, Patrick 
Blake, Thomas 
Blaiiey, William 
Boisdale, Oliver 
Bonner, William 
Boner, Rev. Edwin 
Bower, John 
Bower, William 
Bowles, EJward 
Bowls, John 
Boyee, John 
Bradilen, EJward 
Bradley, Richard 
Brady, Thomaa 
Braniff, Hugh 
Bray, James 
Brchvior, John, sen. 
Brebrior, John, jun. 
Brecse, Robert 
Brewster, William 
Brooks, Andrew 
Brophy, William 
Brown, Daniel 
' Brown, Isabella 
Brown, James 
Brown, James 
Brown, John 
Brown, Robert 
Brown, William 
Brownlcc, Tlionias 
Brucis, William 
Bryant, George 
Bryant, James 
Bryant, Sarah 
Bryant, William 
Bullock, James D. 
Bullock, John 
Burk, James, jun. 
Burk, jMichael, sen. 
Burk, Michael, jun. 
Burnash, B.iptiste 
Burns, John 
Burns, Matthew 
Butler, George 



TOVNSIlll' O 


■ I'mSBURCII. 






Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


G 


18 


Butler, Simeon 


4 


38 f 


3 


Sf 


Byrne, Edward 


w a 


df 


3 


71 


Byrne, James 


w a 


df 


4 


9f 


Byrne, Thomas 


w a 


df 


B 


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Cadue, Joseph 


s r 


4f 


4 


2Sf 


Cadue, Eeo 


s r 


23 f 


B 


f 


Gallery, Patrick 


5 


20 (■ 


9 


34 f 


Calleghan, James 


B 


h 


4 


3Jf 


Callighan, Daniel 


w a 


df 


4 


32 f 


Campbell, Thomas 


4 


15 


4 


12 


Carey, Richard • 


5 


20 f 


5 


ach 


Carey, Thomas 


5 


20 f 


4 


3h 


Cartes, Patrick, sen. 


B 


f 


8 


37 (• 


Cartes, Patrick, jun. 


B 


f 


6 


33 f 


Casse, John 


2 


241. 


4. 


21 f 


Cassidy, Donald 


n r 


3h 


u r 


7h 


Cassidy, John 


B r 


12 f 


5 


28 f 


Cassidy, William 


n r 


3f 


5 


28 f 


Cassidy, William D 


n r 


2h 


B 


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Cawley L. 


w a 


391i 


4 


311' 


Cearns, Robert 


5 


9f 


2 


9f 


Cbattam, John 


7 


34 f 


4 


12 f 


Cherry, John 


B 


h 


4 


30 


Cbetnat, James 


B 


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Cliurcli, Hiram 




4 


4 


35 f 


Clancy, John 


3 r 


13h 


G 


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Claxton, Thomas 


2 


7 


5 


30 f 


Clerk, Charles 


3 


18 f 


4 


30 


Clerk, James 


n r 


10b 


4 


30 f 


Clerk, Matthew 


4 


24h 


w a 


40h 


Clerk, Robert 


4 


5h 


9 


2u 


Clixby, Smith 


3r 


71i 


1 


JSf 


Cli.xby, William 


s r 


7h 


1 


18 f 


Clyde, Isaac 


1 


28h 


1 


18 f 


Clyde, Jolin 


1 


28 


1 


13 


Coles, James 


5 


3G 


G 


17 f 


(^olhaue, Mott 




h 


G 


17 f 


Collins, J.ames 


4' 


13 






Colquhoun, John, sen 


tj 


2(if 




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Colquhoun, John, jun. 





2Gf 






CoUjuhoun, Robert 


G 


34 f 


S 


27h 


Concly, Patrick 


3 


3 


4 


Uf 


Counur, John 


G 


37h 


w a 


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Connor, Luke 


(j 


3Sh 


4 


37h 


Connell, Thomas 


4 


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TOWNSHIP or PITTSBUIIGII. 



8 r G 
1 
3 
3 
3 
B 
8 



Con. 

Connor, Thomas • 

Connor, William 6 

Costello, Arthur 7 

Cotter, David ' 2 

Cowan, Ale.tander 4 

Cowan, Alexander B. 4 

Cowan, David 4 

Cowan, Hugh 4 

Cowan, James 4 

Cowan, John 4 

Cox, John 

Cox, John 

Crawford, Daniel 

Crawford, James 

Crawford, John 

Crawford, Joseph 

Cross, Nicholas 

Crowley, Denis 

Crowley, Jeremiah 

Cnmmiiigs, James ."i 

Cummings, Joseph 5 

Cummins, Thomas 3 

Cuunlngham, Bernard wa 

CuBRingham, Edward wa 

Cunningham, Henry 

Cunningham, Tlios. wa 

Curtis, James 7 

Cnshings, Mary H 

Cuthbert, William L 2 

Daley, John 9 

Daley, William 9 

Darragh, Alexander 4 

Darragh, Hugh 4 

David, Isaac 5 

Davis, Solomon n r 

Davis, William n r 

Davis, William H. "n r 

Dawson, Samuel H 

Dawsou, Theophilus B 

Dawson, Widow 8 

Delaney, James 2 

Dcmcau, Richard 9 

Derno, Charles 3 

Detlor, Joseph 10 

Devine, Joseph w a 



Lot. 
37h 
37h 
25 b 

4 
33 f 
33 f 
32 f 



Devlin, Johu 
Dick, Itobcrt 
Ddlon, Francis 
Disheneau, I'abvre 
Disheneau, Henry 
Dobson, Isaac 
Dockrili, Johu 



34 f 
32 f 



32 f I Donaldson, James W. 
Donaldson, John 
Donaldson, Joseph 
Donaldson, Robert 
Donaldson, Samuel 

IG f j Donaldson, William A. 



1 

15 
13 
f 
■ 25 
27h 
30 f 
30h 
12 
■iUf 
41 f 
19f 
41 
27 f 
31h 
lef 
29 
29 
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4h 
15h 
2.i f 
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27h 
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Donclly, Jol 

Donogh uc, Denis & Denis G 
3 
3 
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B 
7 
u r 
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4 
4 
4 



Donoghuc, Joseph 

Donoghue, Timothy 

Donoghue, Michael 

Dowler, Armstrong 

Downey, Edward 

Doyle, Peter 

Driskole, James 

Driskolc, John 

Duffy, James 

Dufl'y, Samuel 

Dudy, William 

Dunlop, Alex, _ 2 

Dunlop, Robert 

Dunlop, Robert 4 

Durang, Lewis s r 

I Dyke, Isaac ]j 

Edgar, James and Jerc- 
■ miah 4 

Edwards, John 2 

Ellery, Michael n r 

Elliott, Jas. & Thos. 5 
Elliott, William B 

English, David 4 

English, James 2 

English, William 2 

Esford, Thomas B 

Esford, William B 

I'lwcll, John 

Fairbnnk, Caleb 4 

Fairman, Vv anen 4 



277 

Lot. 
25 f 
h 
25 f 
27h 
4h 
14 

'3Cf 
24 f 
22 f 
22 f 
22 f 
24 f 
24 f 
h 
2f 
2h 
1 f 
2 
h 
h 
25h 
25 f 
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5h 
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37 f 

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28 f 
37 f 



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278 



TOWNSHIP or VnT:SRUKGH. 



Con. 

Talordcnu, Ambrose s r 

Fallon, Jolm 4 

Fawcctt, Williiim 5 

Ferguson, Joliii 4 

Ferguson, John 5 
Ferguson, AVilliam, son. 2 
Ferguson, William, juu. G 

Fernay, Michael -1 

Ferquherson, James 4 

Ferris, Enoch 9 

Ferris, "Willett 5 

Fcrtharwny, Richard 3 

Finley, Alexander B 
Fisdale, Alexander, sen. D 
Fisdale, Alexander, jun. B 

Fisdale, James B 

Fisdale, Michael B 

Fisdale, Peter B 

Fislicr, George, sen. 9 

Fisher, George, jun. "J 

Fitzgerald, James w a 

Fitzgerald, John 6 

Forbes, Ftobert B 

Forester, Charles 9 

Forester, Robert 10 

- Forsyth, William 6 

Foster, James 70 

Foster, Samuel '3 

Franklin, Charles D. 2 

Franklin, Joseph 2 

Franklin, William 2 

Franklin, William D. 5 

Freedom, Denis n r 

Furlong, Thomas B 

Gallagher, William 3 

Gallner, Thomas n r 

Gangc, Richard 3 

Garrett, Johu C 

Garrett, Jonathan ^ G 

Garrett, William G 

Garran, Isaac s r 

Garvcy, Francis G 

Garvey, Jolin G 

Garrey, Thomas G 

Gates, A. 3 



Lot. 


Sf 


28 f 


15h 


8f 


38 f 


Bf 


yf 


33 f 


23 f 


38 f 


•36h 


9f 


f 


h 


33 f 


32 f 


39 f 


20 f 


r 


35 f 


35 


29 f 


21h 


Gf 


8f 


8h 


8f 


35 1 


10 f 


10 f 


6h 


11 f 


301 


31 f 


31 f 


211 f 


If 


1 


1 


9f 





Con. 


Lot 


Gates, James 


3 


9f 


Gates, Joseph 


3 


9h 


Gates, William 


o 


7f 


George, Frederick J. 




f 


Geralds, Henry 


3 


3 


Germain, Wm. & Robt. -i 


12f 


Gibson, James 


3 


If 


Gillaspic, Hugh 


7 


33 f 


Gillaspie, John 


7 


33 f 


Gillaspie, Thomas 


7 


33 f 


Gilligan, John 


r 


llh 


Givcns, George 


2 


20 f 


Givins, William 


•t 


f 


Glean, James 


7 


22h 


Gollagher, Michael 


10 


35 f 


Goodl'riend, Ambrose s r 


24 f 


Goodfriend, Johu 


s r 


2-1 


Good friend, Michael 


n r 


19h- 


Goodfriend, Peter 


s r 


2-4f 


Goodfriend, Simon 


s r 


2-4 


Gorgncau, Francis 


s r 


IG f 


Gorgneau, Joseph 


s r 


15F 


Gorgneau, I'etcr 


s r 


17 f 


Gorman, Samuel 


w a 


40 


Gcrmley, James 


4 


22 f 


Goiigli, Edward 


3 


22 


Gough, James 


3 


22 f 


Gough, Patrick 


3 


22 


Gough, Richard 


3 


13 


Gougli, Richard 


3 


22 f 


Gough, Robert 


3 


23 f 


Gould, Danford 


■1 


33 


Gow, Waller 


w a 


4If 


Graham, George 


3 


yf 


Graham, James 


w a 


39h 


Graham, John 


S V 


lOh 


Graham, Peter 


o 


6f 


Graham, Thomas 


5 


17 hf 
10 ' 


Grant, Alexander 


31 


Graves, Henry 


1 


Uf 


Graves, Michael 


r 


11 


Green, Samuel 


1 


Cf 


Green, Thomas 


5 


7h 


Green, William 


r, 


71. 


Greer, John 


w r 


ni. 



TOTVNSHIP OF PITTSUURGH. 



279- 



Con. 

n r 

1 

1 

5 



Greer, Samuel M. 
Greer, William 
Greves, James 
Grew, Joseph 

Grey, David r, 

Grey, David, jun. 8 

Grey, William a 

Grice, William, jun. .J 
Grice, William & George 4 

Griffin, William D. w°a 

Griffith, Samuel G 

Griffith, William 6 

Groff, Martin c 

Hnggerty, Johu w a 

Haggerty, Peter w a D 

Hallion, Rose B 

Halon, John g 

Hamilton, James G 

Hamilton, Thomas G 

Hanlou, Daniel 4 

Hardie, Alfred 4 

Harding, George 3 

Harding, Henry S 

Harding, James 3 

Harding, John 4 

Harding, Thomas n r 

Harris, Tliomas 3 

Hartnett, Joseph C 

Uartnett, Michael 3 

Hartnett, William 3 

Hay, Alexander 3 

Hay, Charles 3 

Hay, Donald, sen. 3 

Hay, Donald, jun. 3 

Hay, Johu 3 

Hayles, Edgar 8 

Hays, Edmoml 4. 

Hays, George 5 

Helporty, William 7 

Henderson, William n r 

Hendrick, Michael 10 

Henesy, Michael 

Hcnston, David A. -1 

Hewlett, Aimer 1 

Hill, David G 



Lot. 
26h 
3ah 
i7h 
19 

Cf 
3Gf 
35h 
37h 
3Ch 

5f 
29h 
25 f 
25h 
39h 

h 

2.5 
Cf 
-If 

28h 

52 

13h 
3Gf 
13 f 
13h 
Ih 
23 f 
25h 
Ih 

Ih 
11 
11 
llf 
11 
11 
25h 
30 
38 f 
29 f 

8h 
38 
25 
12h 
27 
25 f 



Hill, Jolm 
Ilogan, Michael 
Holbrook, John 
Holiker, John A. 
Holmes, John 
Huchinson, George 
Hudson, Joiin 
Hudson, Matthew 
Hudson, William 
Hunter, James 
Hunter, John 
Hunter, Nelson 
Hunter, Richard 
Hunter, Richard 
Hunter, William 
Hutton, Archibald 
Ilutton, Francis 
Hutton, James 
Hutton, John 
Hutton, Tliomas 
Hutton, William 
Hyman, Alexander 
Ilysop, Abraham 
Hysop, Charles, sen. 
Hysop, Charles, jun. 
Hysop, John 

Irviu, Robert 

Jack, George 

Jack, John 

Jackson, Alexander 

Jackson, Henry 

Jackson, Johu 

Jackson, Johu L. 

Jackson, John W. 

Jackson, Thomas 

Jacobs, Joseph 

Jacobs, Tliomas 

Jnrly, Hugh 

Johnson, Ann 

Johnson, Henry 

Johnson, James 

Johnson, James 

Johnson, James 

iJolinson, John 

Johnson, John 



Con 


Lot. 


t. 


31h 


G 


lOh 


5 


15 f 


1 


37 


4 


28 1' 


2 


4 


9 


- 38 t 


9 


38 f 


10 


38 


5 


15 f 


1 


h 


G 


35 


4. 


15 


G 


37 1- 


5 


IGh 


^ 


lOh 


5 


23 f 


5 


14 1 


5 


13 


.*) 


17f 


5 


18 f 


1 


391i 


2 


23 f 


3 


20 f 





23 f 


■1 


19 f 


4 


28h 


1 


27 f 


4 


27 f 


4 


34 


4 


31 f 


4 


34 f 


1 


34 f 


4 


3i 





20 


5 


h 


B 


h 


G 


lOh 


4 


33 f 


G 


30 f 


B 


1. 


5 


29h 


5 


33h 


B 




G 


24 



I 



280 



TOWNSHIP OF PITTSnl'RGn. 



Johnson, Robert 

Johnsou, Robert 

Jobnson, Samuel 

Johnson, 'William 

Johnson, William 

Johnson, Wm. & Gerard G 

JoUey, Joseph 

Jones, James 

Jordan, Charles 

Jordan, James 

Josh, John 

Joy, John 

Joyce, Daniel 

Joyce, John 

Joyce, John 

Joyce, Lawrence 

Joyce, Luke 

Joyce, Matthew 

Joyce, Michael 

Joyce, Patrick 

Joyce, Patrick 

Joyce, Thomas 

Kane, Matthew 

Kane, Samuel 

Kane, Thomas 

Kane, Thomas 

Kcegan, Patrick 

Kelly, George 

Kelly, George 

Kelly, John 

Kelly, Robert 

Kelly, Thomas, sen. 

Kelly, Thomas, jun. 

Kelly, AV'illiam 

Kendle, Francis 

Kerkwood, John 

Kettle, William 

Keys, Charles 

Keys, James 

Keys, John 

Keys, Patrick 

Keys, William 

KiJd, Thomas 

Kid J, William 

Kilduff, Patrick & John 4 22 f 



Con. 


Lot. 


B 




4 


24 


5 


32 f 


5 


31 f 


5 


33 f 


do 


aof 


G 


Ih 


5 


llh 


7 


29 f 


7 


21 (• 


5 


29h 


9 


31h 


5 


19 f 


5 


17 f 


5 


18 


5 


18h 


5 


18 


G 


18 f 


5 


19 f 


6 


29 f 


G 


21 f 


7 


25 f 


s r 


25 f 


8 


3Gf 


8 


3G 


s r 


9h 


9 


31h 


S" 




n r 


8h 


n r 


Uh 


G 


25 f 


K 


22 f 


g" 




n r 


14 


7 


31h 


G 


2Sf 


n r 


26 f 


G 


21h 


5 


21 





21 


6 


22 f 


G 


21 


8 


28 f 


10 


34 



Kingsley, Edward 
Kirk, William 
Kirkpatrick, William 
Kirkwood, John 
Knapp, William C. 
Lachapelle, Lewis 
Lachapelle, William 
Lachaunce, James 
Lachaunce, Joel 
Lachaunce, William 
Lachford, John 
Lachford, William 
Laferty, Archibald 
Lafcrty, James 
Lahesh, John 
Laidlow, James 
Laidlow, Robert U. 
Lambert, Mark 
Lane, Charles 
Lawless, Michael 
Laybrook, Anthony 
Laybrook, James 
Leader, Edward 
Leader, Elizabeth 
Leader, James 
Leader, John 
Leaky, Robert 
Lee, Andrew 
Lee, David 
Lee, John 
Lee, William 
Lehcah, Jeremiah 
Leybrook, William 
Leze, Lewis 
Lezc, Octave 
Leze, Peter 
Lindsay, Thomas 
Liuey, Christopher 
Listan, Patrick 
Listan, Thomas 
Long, Alexander L. 
Lucas, Frederick R. 
Lucy, .Vnthony 
Lucy, William 
Ludwig, Ernest 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 


24h 


w a 


12 f 


7 


38 f 


G 


34 


B 


h 


B 


h 


B 


h 


3 r 


23 f 


s r 


23 


s r 


23 


4 


12 f 


w a 


39h 


5 


30 f 


4 


31 




h 


:v a 


f 


w a 


11 f 


4 


20h 


3 


3f 




f 


9 


37 f 





37 f 


B 


h 


5 


22h 


6 


22h 


B 


h 


4 


24h 


8 


33 f 


8 


34h 


8 


33 


3 


4f 


2 


17h 


9 


30 


s r 


Gil 


r 


Gh 


s r 


6h 


5 


19 


w a 


41h 


■w a 


Of 


wa 


Ih 


s r 


15h 


2 


Af 


5 


2Gh 


5 


2G 


5 


20h 



TOWNSHI!> OF PITTSnllnOH. 



281 



Con. 

1 

4 



Lundy, Henry 
Lyons, John 
Lyons, Levi 
McAdoo, Andrew, sen. 2 
McAdoo, Andrew, jun. 2 
Mc.\doo, Andrew 4 

McAdoo, Oliver -i 

McAdoo, Samuel 3 

McAdoo, William 3 

McAdoo, William 4 

Mc.\lister, Samuel 2 

McArae, Philip 3 

McArthur, Alexander 2 
McArthur, Charles 2 

McArthur, John 2 

AfcBride, John 5 

McBride, Patrick 5 

McBroom, Henry 7 

McCarey, Bernard G 

McCarcy, Bernard 8 

McCaulcy, James 4 

McClements, Thomas 2 
McCoUum, Alex. w a 
McCoUum, John w a 
McCoUum, Patrick \v a 
McCoUum, Peter & Dun. 8 
McCouncU, James 5 

McCormick, Hugh n r 
.McCormick, James 5 

McCormick, Sarali 3 

McCoy, James 5 

McCoy, John 5 

McCrey, James 6 

McDonald, Augus s r 2 
McDonald, Duncan s r 1 
McDonald, James s r 2 
McElwralh, Hugh 2 

McElwrath, William w a 9 
McFaddeu, John 1 

McEadden, John 1 

McFadden, Thomas 4 

McFarlane, John S 

McFnrlane, W. ]). '> 

McGec, James 4 

McGee, Peter 2 



Lot. I 
19hl 
33 f 
31 f 
cf 
cf 

19 f 
14h 

f 
19f 
14 f 
2h 
2f 
C( 
7( 
71i 
8f 
8 

20 f 
ICh 
29 f 

7( 
18h 



7f 

y 

29 f 
15 

5h 
24 f 

3f 
29 
29 
20 



l.Oh 

8 
15 
27 f 
25 f 
12 f 
24 

5 



McGilvray, John 
McGrodder, Michael 
McGuire, James 
McHenry, Archibald 
Melntyre, Archibald 
Mclntyre, Malcolm 
McKane, John, sen. 
McKane, John, jun. 
McKane, Samuel 
McKee, Joseph 
McKendry, John 
McKenne, Patrick 
McKcuuy, Francis 
MeKenny, John 
McKenty, John 
McKcnzic, John J. 
McKern, John 
McKintry, Francis 
McLaughlin, Anthony 
McLeau, Alexander 
McLean, Archibald 
McLean, John, seu. 
McLean, John, jun. 
McLean, John 
McLean, John 
McLean, John 
McLean, John 
McLean, Robert 
McLean, Robert 
McLyman, David 
McMaster, Edward 
McMinn, Samuel 
McMullen, James 
McMuUeii, James, sen. 
McMuUcn, Wilham 
McNamara, John 
McNcice, James 
McNeicc, John 
McNeil, Patrick 
McPherson, Daniel 
McRorey, John 
McTeagne, Michael 
McVetiy, John 
McVrry, James 
McVey, John 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


2 11' 


3 


22 (■ 


n 


2{ 


1 


7( 


o 


8f 


2 


f 


4 


■ Ih 


4 


2h 


4 


3h 


7 


34 f 


8 


24 f 


4 


30 


9 


30h 


10 


30 

1 (1 




i 11 

Oh 


3 


3 


9 


19 


(i 


17f 


') 


24 f 


4 


3.')h 


1 


13 f 


1 


13 


O 


7 


■1 


7f 


4 


24 f 


ti 


35 f 


1 


13f 


2 


24 f 


4 


21h 


w a 


3f 


8 


27h 


9 


3lif 


10 


38 f 


4 


37 f 


s r 


13h 


4 


7f 


5 


18 f 


5 


19f 


4 


2Gf 


f) 


18f 


4 


22 f 




2h 


.3 


C> 


3 


Gf 



282 

McVcy, Miclinol 
MadJcn, Jolm 
Mnddcn, Patrick 
Mnhoucy, Patrick 
Major, William 
Maloncy, Martin 
Mnnp;iup;, Patrick 
JIarsliall, Joseph 
Martin, Alexander 
Martin, George 
Martin, John 
Martin, John 
JIartin, William 
Martland, Peter 
Maxam, Alfred 
Maxwell, John 
Maxwell, Uobert 
Maxwell, Thomas 
Maxwell, Tlionias 
Jledley, George 
Medley, John 
Medley, William 
Melvill, Michael 
Mercer, Thomas v 
Merriman, Augustus 
Mcrriman, Henry 
ilerrininn, James 
Mertin, Charles 
Middlebrook & Co. 
Jlillar, William 
Milne, Alexander 
Milne, James 
Milne, John 
Milton, Ann 
Milton, Daniel 
Milton, Edward 
Jliltou, James 
Milton, John 
Milton, llohcrt J. 
!Miiton. Thomas 
Minor, Hugh 
Molioy, Gerard 
Monahan, NYilliam 
iloorc, Uenison 
Moore, George 



TOWNSHIP OF riTT5nilItGIl. 



Cod. 


Lot. 




3f 


9 


3Sf 


7 


2(3 f 


n r 


9h 


3 


ICf 


8 


30h 


7 


30 f 


3 r 


17 


1 


8f 


5 


3G 


.'•. 


33 f 


G 


2'2 ■ 




b'h 


7 


'28 f 




bh 


b 


30 


» 


30 f 


4 


29 f 


« 


30 


B 


f 


2 


14 f 


B 


f 


sr 8 


h 


b39 




4 


3Gh 


4 


3Gh 


4 


3Gh 


3 


4f 


8 


2.5h 


B 


h 


9 


31h 


y 


34h 


9 


32 f 


2 


.')h 


o 


4 


3 r 


12 


2 


4 


'> 


-If 


■ » 


4h 


3 r 


12 f 


10 


38 


w a 


40 f 


3 


3 


I 


15h 


1 


10 f 



J[oorc, John 
Moore, Joseph 
Moore, Tlionias 
iMoran, Bernard 
Morriion, Isaac Cr." 
Morrow, Thomas 
Muclimore, William 
Mullen, Michael 
Mullen, Michael 
MuUett, Henry 
Mulligan, John 
Munroe, Francis 
Murdock, Martin 
Murphy, Edward 
Murphy, James 
Murphy, John 
Murphy, Patrick 
Murpby, Thomas 
Mur)jhy, Tbomas F. 
Murphy, Walter 
Murpliy, William 
Murphy, William 
Nagle, Patrick 
Nelson, James 
Nelson, John 
Nelson, Lctitia 
Ncwbbcrry, Jason 
Nickal, John 
Norrii, Thomas 
Oatis, Joel 
O'Dair, William 
O'Day, Daniel 
O'Gorman, James 
O'Gare, John 
O'Gorman, Michel 
O'Niel, Klijah 
Park, Case C. 
Park, John B. 
I Parker, Bennett 
I Patterson, David 
I Patterson, John 
[ Patterson, Robt. H. 
Patterson, Kobcrt 
Patterson, Robert 
Patterson, William 



Con. 

A 

7 

w a 

o 

5 
2 
8 
4 



n r 
n r 



3 
9 
7 
7 
C 
9 
3 
7 
7 
7 
4 
3 
5 
2 
5 
4 

:i r 

n r 
5 
9 
B 
5 
B 

r> 

2 
2 

4 

3 

wn3 

G 

n r 



G 



Lot. 

26h 

32 { 

39h 

If 

21 f 

h 

27h 

30 f 

24 f 

3f 

4h 

10 f 

3( 

Gf 

5f 

35 f 

19f 

.30 f 

22h 

37 

30 f 

35 f 

21 

5f 
20 f 
16 
3C 
30 f 
8f 
Gh 
8h 
31 
f 
27 f 

r 

15 
21 
21h 

(if 
20 f 

f 

7 

9h 
32h 

7( 



TOWNSIlir OF I'lTTEDUIlCn. 



283 



Pegman, Margaret 
Peloc, Francis 
Peters, Freeman 
Peters, John 
Peters, Richard 
Peters, Samuel, sen. 
Peters, Samuel, jun. 
Phair, David 
Phair, Robert 
Pollock, John 
Potter, Abraham 
Potter, David 
Potter, James 
Potter, Job 
Potter, John 
Potter, John 
Potter, Noble 
Power, John 
Prettie, Charles 
Prcttie, Duke 
Prior, John 
Prior, Timothy 
Purcell, Nicholas 
Purcell, Patrick 
Purtle, William 
Quinn, John 
Quinn, Joseph 
Quinn, Michael 
Quinn, Owen 
Quinn, Patrick 
Ramage, John 
Ramsay, Archibald 
Ramsay, George 
Ramsay, James 
Rankin, William 
Rannals, George 
Rannals, John 
Ray, Andrew 
Ruy, David 
Ray, Thomas 
Hedfem, Edmond 
Redfern, James 
Redmond, Johnson 
Redmond, William 
Reed, James 



Oon. 


Let. 




Con. 


Lot. 


B 


h 


Rees, Alfred 


4 


29 


n r 8 


h 


Rees, Charles 


4 


29 


6 


27h 


Rees, Henry 


4 


29 f 


6 


27b 


Rees, Samuel J. 


4 


2Cf 


7 


31 f 


Rees, William 


B 


h 


6 


27 f 


Reeves, John 


1 


If 





27h 


Reordon, John 


5 


23 


7 


36h 


Reymond, Charles 


2 


Ih 


7 


36h 


Heynolds, John 


9 


29 f 


4 


38 f 


Rich, Albert 


8 


38 


3 


21h 


Rich, Thomas 


8 


38 f 


C 


28 


Rich, Thomas 


8 


38h 


s r 


20 f 


Rich, William 


8 


38h 


3 


9f 


Richardson, Joseph 


B 


h 


3 


19 f 


Rider, Ira 


y 


19h 


C 


32 f 


Rider, John 


G 


19 


8 r 


20 


Rider, Rlchar^'. 


1 


9h 


G 


3f 


Right, John V. 


n i 


8h 


6 


2Sh 


Roach, JIurk 


g 


28 f 


(J 


28 


Rogers, David D, 


w aE 


f 


s r 


14 f 


Rogers, David & IIci 


iV 1 


If 


E r 


14 


Rogers, Kdward 


L 


9f 


3 


20 


Rook, George 


r> 


29 f 


3 




Root, Daniel 


4 


28 f 


2 


18h 


Root, Hiram 


4 


281i 


8 r 


9h 


Root, Lewis 


•i 


28 f 


B r 


13 f 


Root, William 


4 


28h 


s r 


121. 


Ross, Robert 


;"> 


3f 


3 


Mh 


Rov/land, Tho:-/a3 


6 


29 


s r 


12h 


Rudd, Thomas G. 


2 


7f 


2 


14f 


Rushford, Alfonso 


3 r 


4 


4 


31 f 


Rushford, Joseph, sen 


s r 


4h 


4 


31h 


Rushford, Joseph, jun 


sr 


4 


waD 


f 


Ruttan, Henry 


wa 


10 


8 


30 


Riittan, John C. 


w a 


10 f 


1 


18 


Ryan, Daniel 


4 


23 f 


w a D 


h 


Ryan, John' 


B 


f 


3 


12 


Ryan, John 


B 


h 


3 


12 f 


Ryan, Joseph 


B 


L 


3 


12 f 


Ryau, Matthew 


9 


29 f 


3 


13 


Ryan, Michael 


4 


18 f 


3 


13h 


Ityan, Michael 


4 


2Gi' 


8 


37h 


Sampson, Henry 


4 


35 


B 


f 


Samp.son, Robert 


4 


3.if 


3 


131 


Sampson, Samuel 





38li 



J 



284 



TOWNSHIP OF PITTSBURGH. 



Sampson, Thomas 
Scott, Abel 
Scott, James 
Scott, James 
Scott, James 
Scott, John 
Scott, Noble 
Scott, Bobert 
Scott, Thomas 
Scott, Thomas 
Scott, Thomas 
Scott, William 
Scott, William 
Scott, William P. 
Scadon, Samuel 
Sell, John 
Shcejie, Moxou 
Shevlianno, Joaejih 
Shcrbauno, William 
Sherman, Jacob 
Shortate, Johu 
Shortftte, Patrick and 

Thomas 
Shortate, William 
Shostale, James 
Simpson, Robert i 

Slcith, Andrew 
Smith, Archibald 
Smith, David 
Smith, Sir Ilenrj', Kt. 
Smith, John 
Smith, John 
Smith, Robert 
Smith, Samuel 
Smith, William 
Smith, William 
Sominers, James 
Sommcrs, Paul 
Sommers, Thos. sen. 
Sommcrs, Thos. jun. 
Sparrow, Charles 
Spence, John Sc Robert 
Stanton, Richard 
Stark, Thomas 
'Stark, William 
Stephens, William 



Con. 
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7 
3- 

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7 
4 

7 
1 

2 

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11 
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6 

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4 

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38 


29 f 


2f 


35 f 


29 


30 f 


30 f 


38 


38 


38 f 


29 


21f 


29 


IGh 


3h 


5 


33 


21h 


8h 


bf 


25 f 


27 f 


25 f 


28 f 


17f 


23h 


32 f 


21 f 


35 f 


21 f 


27h 


36h 


19f 


2t)f 


24 f 


14 f 


12f 


14 f 


14f 


2f 


3Gh 


h 


35 f 


35 f 


h 



Con. Lot. 

Stigney, Joha 3 3 
Stokes, Capt. H. 47tli 

Regt. B . h 

Stollkcr, Johu 7 37 f 

Strachan, John 4 26h 

Straehan, John G. w a G f 

Strachan, Knox 3 9 f 

Strachan, Martin B 21 

Stratton, Robert 3 12 

Stratton, William 3 12 f 

Strong, Uugh 7 26 f 

Stuart, John 2 5 f 

Stuart, William 2 23 

Stuart, William F. 2 9 f 

Sughrae, John s r , 19 f 

Sughrae, Wm. sen. e r 17 f 

Sughrae, Wra. jun. ar 18 f 

Tait, Joseph C 19 f 

Templcton, James w a 6h 

Thompson, James w a 13h 

Thompson, John 3 14h 

Thompson, John 6 23h 

Thompson, John 8 32 f 

Thompson, Matthew 3 14 

Thompson, Richard n r 22h 

Thompson, Robert 3 4 f 

Thompson, Robert s r 22 f 

Thompson, Thomas n r 5h 

Thompson, William 3 14 f 

Thorn, John C. . 37 

Todd, James " 7 28 

Todd, John 7 29 f 

Todd, Samuel 5 20 f 

Toner, George 4 13 f 

Toner, Robert 7 29 f 

Toner, William 4 13 

Trotter, David 4 14 

Trotter, Johu 7 34 f 

Trotter, Margaret 5 25 f 

Trotter, Robert 4 9 f 

Trotter, Robert 4 14 

Trotter, William 5 14 f 

Turner, Thomas 5 10 f 

TuthiU, Isaac 3 3 f 

Urquhart, Robert nr 11 f 

Vanalstinc, Duncan 4 15h 



TOWNSHIP OF PORTLAND. 



285 





Con. 


Lot. 


Vanalstine, Joseph 


4 


18 


Vanalstinc, Maren 


4 


lOh 


A'^analstine, Nelson 


5 


8 


Vanalstine, William 


5 


18 f 


Vaneour, Octave 


B 


h 


Vanhorn, Alexander 


G 


15 f 


Vanhorn, John 


6 


15 


Vanhoin, Joseph 


6 


15 


Vanhorn, Wm. sen. 


G 


15 f 


Vanhorn, Wni. jun. 


G 


]5h 


Vendergart, Martin 


2 


2f 


Wade, Francis 


4 


35h 


Wafer, John 


3 


lOh 


Wafer, Thomas 


w a 


Df 


Wafer, Peter 


3 


12 f 


Wager, John 


o 


4 


Waldon, John 


4 


10 


Walker, David J. 


B 




Waller, James, sen. 


2 


3f 


Waller, James, jun. 


2 


3f 


Waller, Jarvis 


2 


3 


Waller, Johu 


2 


3 


Ward, John 


1 


17h 


Wattel, George 





3Gf 


Way, Robert 


2 


20 f 


Way, William 


1 


19 


Webb, Michael 


9 


35h 


Welsh, Charles 


n r 


IGf 


Welsh, Jonathan 


G 


IGf 



Welsh, Joseph 
White, Alex. 
White, David 
White, John 
Whitney, Benjamin 
Whitney, John T. 
Whituey, Thomas 
Wilder, Arthur 
Wilkie, Able 
Willott, John 
Wilmore, Thomas . 
Wilmot, Henry 
Wilniot, John 
Wilson, Alex. 
Wilson, George 
Wilson, Thomas 
Wilson, Thos. & Henry 
Wood, Abraham 
Wood, John 
Wood, Lewis 
Woodcock, James 
Woodlard, Walter 
Woods, John 
Woods, Walter 
Yates, Dr D. 
Yott, Francis 
Young, Alex. 
Young, William 



Con. 


Lot. 


n r 


IGf 


C 


36h 


4 


3Gh 


8 


4f 




4f 


4 


25 


4 


25h 


s r 


llh 


10 


3G 


5 


13 f 


t! 


25h 


2 


Gf 


o 


4f 


5 


22h 


3 


5f 


5 


10 f 


w a 


39h 


4 


23h 


7 


3/f 


4 


22h 


5 


29 


2 


3f 


7 


32 f 


4 


13 f 


O 


3f 


3 


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3 


11 r 


3 


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TOWNSHIP OF PORTLAND. 



The township of Portland is bounded on the north by the townships 
of Ilinchinbrooke aud Bedford, on the east by the township of Lough- 
borough, on the south by the township of Kingston, and on the south 
west by the township of Camden Kast, County of Addington. This 
township is tolerably level, and contains some good land. It com- 
menced settling in 1800, and in 1842 contained 1,525 inhabitants, in 
1850, 1,728, and in 1861, 2,836. In 1849, 10,800 bushels of wheat, 
11,000 bushels of rye, 10,000 bushels of oats, 5,000 bushels of peas. 



I 



•286 



TOWNSnir OF PORTLAND. 



22,000 busliels of potatoes, 13,000 pounds of maple sugar, and 10,000 
pounds of butter were produced. For abstract of agricultural census, 
from last census, see the following : 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
PORTLAND. 

Occupiers of lands — total "106 

10 acres and under IS 

10 " to 20 7 

20 " to 50 7G 

50 " to 100 192 

100 " to 200 ; 90 

200 " and upw.irds 23 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 39273- 

" under cultivation 15291 

" crops 10522 

" " pasture 406 1 

" " gardens and orchards 108 

Wood and wild lands 23982 

Cash value of farms, in dollars .533895 

" " forming implements •1-1017 

" " produce of gardens and orchards 2197 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers . . 35 

Fall wheat — acres : 97 

bushels 1202 

Spring wheat — .icres 1 89'1 

" bushels 37C12 

Barlcv — acres 209 

■' ■ bushels C31G 

Rye — acres 1331 

'• bushels 17122 

Peas — acres 1 755 

" bushels 30223 

Oats— acres 1832 

" bushels G270S 

Buckwheat — acres 209 

bushels 5772 

Indian corn — acres .' 115 

" bushels 2998 



TOWNSHIP OF PORTLAND. 287 

Potatoes — acres .128 

" bushels 3-J312 

Turnips — acres 41 

" bushels C53I 

Carrots — bushels 1 328 

Mangel wurzel — acres 2 

" bushels 7G5 

Beans " 122 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels 220 

Hay — tons ■ 2734 

Hops — lbs 261 

Flax and hemp — lbs 412 

IIVE STOCK. > 

Bulls, oxen, and steers 317 

Milch cows 1431 

Calves and heifers IGGO 

Horses, over three years old 814 

Value of same, in dollars 5G291 

Colts and fillies 570 

Sheep .3671 

Pigs • 1316 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 121048 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter— lbs 102369 

Cheese — lbs ."iSlG 

Maple sugar — lbs 'J8389 

Wool — lbs 11310 

Fulled cloth — yards ' • 2G53 

Flannel— yards 5099 

Beef— in barrels of 200 lbs 2041 

Pork " " D41 

Fish, sold fresh — lbs ) 1 

Carriiiges kept for (deasure 172 

Value of same iu dollars : 1 131G 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 117; Scotl.ind, 27; 
Ireland, 313; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 2282; 
French origin, 21 ; United States, 71; Prussia, German State;:, and 
Holland, 1 ; France, 1 ; all other places, 1 ; at sea, 1 ; total, 2S3G. 

Cknsus ny Religion. — Church of England, 49 1 ; Churrh of 
Rome, 282 ; Established Church of Scotland, 90 ; Free Churcli of 
Scotland, 158; United Presbyterians, 6 ; Wesleyaii Methodists, 8C3 ; 
Episcopal Methodists, 037 ; other Methodists, 269 ; Baptists, G ; 
Lutherans, 1 ; Quakers, 10 ; Bible Christians, 1 ; Universalists, 1 ; 
No Religion, 11 ; Creed unknown, 1 ; others not classed, 1 ; total, 
233G. 



2»8 

Abrnhnms, Thomas 
Abrahams, William 
Ackermaii, Edward 
Albertsoii, Alfred 
Albertson, George 
Albertsoii, Jarvcs 
Albertsoii, Thomas 
Albertsoii, William 
Allport, Henry 
Alton, George 
Amell, Oliver 
Anderson, Robert 
Arncll, Ciiarles 
Arnell, Henry 
Amell, Joseph 
Ash, John C. 
Ashley, George 
Asselstine, Benjamin 
Asselstine, George 
Asselstine, Isaac 
Asselstine, John 
Asselstine, John 
Asselstine, Win., J. P. 
Aysworlh, Rufaa 
Babcock, Mr. 
Babcock, Able 
Bnbcock, Abraham 
Babcock, Corntlius 
Babcock, Drusilla 
Bnbcock, Darius 
Babcock, George 
Babcock, Henry 
Babcock, Jacob 
Babcock, Jeremiah 
Babcock, John 
Babcock, John 
Babcock, John J. 
Babcock, iMiles 
Babcock, Robert 
Babcock, Samuel, sen. 
Babcock, Samuel, jun 
Babcock, Solomon 
Baker, Ira 
Ball, John 
Ball, Philip 



TOWNSHIP oi- POUTLAND. 



Con. 


Lot. 




Oon. 


Lot. 


iO 


If 


Ball, Philp, jun. 


12 


IGh 




11 f 


Ball, William 


12 


15h 


o 


Jh 


Barber, Ira 


12 


10 f 


I'J 


3f 


Barr, T. 


5 


14 f 


13 


7h 


Barns, Ariel N. 




G 


13 


31' 


Barret, Jessie 


G 


3f 


11 


lah 


Bnrtrim, Joseph 


1 


Gh 


11 


u 


Belmore, Peter 


4 


4 


13 


13 < 


Becmish, William 


7 


4f 


2 


. If 


Bcnn, Peter 


8 


18 f 


13 


23 h 


Benn, Valentine 


8 


19 f 


4 


h 


Blackhurst, James 


1) 


If 




If 


Blanchard, Shena 




8f 


n 


22 f 


Bond, John 


12 


4h 


11 


20 f 


Border, Nelsou 


13 


4f 


5 


15 f 


Bolting, Edward 




32 f 


7 


17 f 


Botting, Peter 


7 


Gf 


9 


19 f 


Bolting, Richard 


8 


.Ml 


8 


f 


Botting, William 


8, 


5h 


8 


20 f 


Boxall, James 


7 


12 


8 


f 


Boyce, Caleb 


11 


IGf 


11 


15 f 


Boyce, Davis 


14 


8h 


9 


19 


Boyce, N. B. 


11 


7f 


G 


Gh 


Boyce, William 


4 


If 


13 


8f 


Bradford, James 




Cf 


11 


9 


Bradford, Robert 


G 


15 


10 


5f 


Broderick, James 


4 


Ih 


9 


13 f 


Brooks, Mr. 


11 


20 f 


11 


Gf 


Brown, Augustus 


6 


14 f 


1-i 


Gh 


Brown, Daniel 


11. 


2f 


12 


9f 


Brown, Henry G. 


U 


f 


9 


3f 


Brown, Sylvester 


() 


18h 


13 


8f 


Bnnuels, Ira 


10 


IGf 


13 


8f 


Burley, Cyvus 


7 


10 r 


9 


3f 


Burlcy, John 


7 


2f 


13 


8f 


Bmley, John 


12 


8h 


ll 


Gf 


Burlcy, John 


12 


8h 


13 


8f 


Burley, Sanford 


10 


8f 


14 


14 


Burlcy, Sylvester 


7 


lOf 


4 


Gf 


Burlcy, Peter 


11 


18h 


4 


•5f 


Burk, Thomas 


1 


Gh 


10 


5f 


Burnett, John 


4 road f 




lor 


Burnsides, Wellingtou 


3 


11 


12 


15f 


Bush, Michael 


ti 


19 f 


10 


14h 


Bussell, George 


3 


Gf 



.TOWNSHIP OF PORTLAND. 



289 



Oon. 

Bussell, James 3 
Bussell, William 

Bultcrmore, Richard 5 

Byder, Chorea 2 

Bydcr, John 1 

Campbell, Benj. 8 

Campbell, Johu 7 

Campbell, Robt. jun. 7 

Campbell, William 8 

Campsall, Robert 9 
Campsall, William, jun. 9 

Card, James 11 

Card, Silas 4 
Carr, Alexander 

Carr, John 7 

Carr, Robert 7 

Carr, William 7 

Carrick, Michael 13 

Corscallen, Edward C 

Carscallan, Edward 7 

Gates, Jeremiah 11 

Cates, Robert 9 

Cavuer, Philip 11 

Challicc, James 9 

Charlton, Abraham 3 

Charlton, Alexander 4 

Charlton, Denis 5 

Charlton, William 4 

Charlton, John, sen. 4 

Charlton, John, jun. 4 

Charlton, Thomas 5 

Chronk, John 5 
Clark, Andrew 

Clark, Charles J 9 

Clark, Charles E. 11 

Clark, George G 

Clark, Henry 5 

Clark, James I 

Clark, Jchiel 1 
Clark, Leister 

Clark, Peter G 

Clark, Sidney G 

Clark, Thomas 1 
Clark, Warren 

Clare, Edward 14 



Lot 
Gf 
2yf 
4f 
1 f 
If 
7h 
2f 
Gf 
7f 
5f 
5f 
ICf 
8h 
f 
13 
IGh 
15 f 
25 h 

19 f 
Gf 

12h 
4f 

23 
5f 

lOh 

10 f 

llh 
8h 
9f 

10 f 

h 

8h 

4f 

h 

19h 

18 f 

15 f 
If 
If 

23 f 

18h 

18 f 
If 

25 f 

20 f 



Clokey, William 
Clow, Henry 
Clow, Isaac 
Clow, Matthias 
Clow, Thomas 
Coffee, Mary 
Cole, Henry 
Cole, William 
Coleman, Michael 
Collins, Henry 
Conly, John 
Conway, Daniel 
Conway, James 
Conway, Michael 
Conway, Thomas 
Coo, Charles 
Cook, William 
Corben, Ephraim 
Corben, Nathan 
Cormick, Johu 
Couch, Robert, sen. 
Couch, Robert, juu. 
Cowdy, James 
Cowdy, John 
Craig, Robert 
Craig, William 
Crosier, Archibald 
Crosier, Richard 
Crosier, Thomas 
Cummins, Denis 
Cummins, Patrick 
Curl; William 
Curren, John 
Darling, Samuel 
Davis, Ebcnezer 
Davy, Adam 
Davy, Benjamin 
Davy, Ira 
Davy, Michael 
Davy, Samscn 
Davy, Sidney 
Davy, Absi'.ioiii 
Day, Barnabas 
Day, Charles 
Day, Edward G. 



Con. 


Lot. 


8 


2f 





4f 


8 


If 


8 


3f 


8 


1 


11 


f 


1 


Gf 


1 


4 


O 


If 


6 


If 


I 


lOh 


11 


7h 


12 


22h 


11 


7 


12 


22h 


11 


10 f 


1 


5h 


11 


19f 


11 


I9f 


3 


IGf 


7 


If 


7 


I 


G 


3f 


6 


17f 


14 


4h 


11 


10 f. 


•3 


4 


;; 


5( 


3 


4f 


G 


8h 


G 


8 


12 


8f 


3 


1.5 f 


7 


20h 




11 f 


C 


2f 


lU 


2Ih 


10 


!>ol, 


lU 


M~ii 


1 


51 


1 


12f 


6 


2f 


4 


■If 


G 


4f 


3 


3f 


4 


2f 



19 



290 



rowN'snu' of Portland. 





Con. 


Lot 


Day, James 


C 


4f 


Day, John 


S 


3f 


Day, Peter 


9 


8f 


Dccon, Francis 


1 


5h 


Deeks, William 




GJ 


Dcline, Iliram 


11 


19h 


Deuic, Benjamin 


5 


IGf 


Denison, DaviJ 


7 


7f 


Denison, George 


7 


5f 


Denison, Jolm 


8 


Cf 


Dcuison, Thomas 


7 


7f 


Deo, Sylvester 


G 


Uf 


Dermit, AVilliam 


5 


7h 


Dixou, Jabcz 


7 


llh 


Dolan, Patrick 


4 


3h 


Donally, John 


4 


Gf 


Donally, Patrick 


3 


Gf 


Donahue, Denis, 


14 


22h 


Dool, William 


i) 


4f 


Doran, Patrick 


5 


12 f 


Doroker, John 


8 


8f 


Downy, Rohert 


3 


If 


Doyle, Michael, sen. 


1-1 


22h 


Doyle, Michael, jun. 


14 


21h 


Drader, Amos 


n 


10 


Drtder, Brncst 


11 


IGf 


Drackr, George 


11 


14!i 


Dug^an, Ellen 


5 


12 f 


Duitin, Sim.on 




If 


Dunbar, Andrew 


5 


17 


Dunbar, David 


5 


17 


Dunbar, James 




17 f 


Dupa, John 


13 


lOh 


Eastcn, William 


•i 


Gf 


EUcrbeck, Uichard 


6 


12 f 


Embry, James 


11 


10 f 


limcry, Andrew 


1 


5f 


Emery, James 


8 


13 f 


Fallen, Edward 


13 


22 f 


fallen, Peter 


13 


21h 


Fallen, Thomas 


6 


20 f 


Ferrie, Iliram 


6 


18 f 


Fitzsinious, John 


7 


2f 


Francis, William 


12 


7h 


Eraser, Hector 


4 


13h 


Freborn, John 


5 


h 



Freeman, Edward 
Freeman, John 
Fuge, Michael 
Gale, Glodwin 
Gawslinn-, James 
Good, William 
Goodrich, Charles J. 
Gorhara, Albert 
Gowdy, Alexander 
Graham, John 
Granger, Francis 
Grant, Alexander 
Grant, A. 
Grant, Edward 
Grant, George 
Grant, James 
Grant, Sidney 
Grant, William 
Green, Charles 
Greenwood, Anthony 
Grillith, John 
Griffith, Rohert, sen. 
Griffith, Thomas 
Guess, James 
Ilagle, James 
Ilairleck, Iliram 
Hamilton, I\Ir. 
Hamilton, John 
Hamilton, John C. 
Hamilton, Robert 
Hamilton, Robert, jim, 
Hamilton, William 
HarpcU, Henry 
Il.arragan, James 
Hart, Charles B. 
Hart, James 
Hart, Joseph , 
Hart, John 
Hart, John 
Ilart, Thomas 
Hartman, Darius 
Uartman, Lawrence 
Hawksbery, Allen 
Hawksbery, George 
Hawksbery, Wni. sen. 
Hawksbery, Wm. jun. 



Con. 


Lot 


9 


If 


9 


If 


4 


5 


11 


12h 


10 


3h 


9 


3f 


11 






14 f 


9 


14h 




C 


11 


15f 


3 


3f 


10 


14 f 


11 


13 f 


12 


18f 


C 


If 


U 


17h 


7 


8f 


G 


.19 


13 


19h 


2 


8h 


2 


8h 


2 


8h 


8 


8f 


7 


16 f 




27f 


3 


7f 


2 


Gf 




15 f 


2 


8f 


3 


7 


3 


7 


7 


15 f 


3 


3f 




2f 


G 


llf 


G 


f 




3f 


C 


10 f 




2if 


l' 


13 f 


1 


12 f 


14 


121i 


14 


lOh 


14 


12 f 


14 


lOh 



TOWNSniP OF PORTLAND 



2f)I 



Heck, Paul, jun. 
Henderson, John 
Henstridge, Josephns 
Herchmer, James 
ncrchnier, John 
Herchmer, Robert 
Herk, Paul, sen. 
Hicks, Benjamin 

Jlicks, Joshua 
Hicks, Thomas 

Hicks, William C. 

Hill, A. B. 

Hill, John 

Hill, John 

Ilolliday, John 

Hornbeck, Benjamin 

Hornbeck, George 

How, James 

Howe, James, jun. 

Howe, Robert 

Huffman, Elijah 

Huffman, Philip 

Huffinan, Sidney 

Duifmau, Cyrcuus 

Hughes, John 

Husband, Abraham 

Husband, Alphonso 5 

Husband, John 8 

Husband, Robert 5 

llusten, Easter 2 

Husten, Robert 2 

llymers, Alexander 10 
Ireland, Robert 12 

Irish, Cephas 5 

Irish, Eldridge 

Irish, J. 7 

Irish, John ■ 6 

Irish, Joseph H 

Irish, Stewart 
Jackson, Moses 5 

Jackson, Nelson 5 

Jackson, Samuel G 

Jammerson, James 6 

Jeffrey, Alexander] 10 
Jeffrey, Edward 10 



Con, 
1 
2 
7 
5 
5 

1 
1 

G 
5 
4, 
2 

G 
7 
2 

2 
10 

8 

8 
12 

8 

i 

8 
G 



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6 
17h 
10 f 
8f 
10 f 
3f 
8f 
5f 
5[ 
llf 
7h 
4h 
19h 
2f 
2f 
2f 

20 f 
Oh 

lOh 

19 f 

21 f 

20 f 

21 f 
13 f 
17 
17 
16h 
17 f 

If 

Ih 

12 f 

5f 

]5f 

15 f 

4f 

f 

15 f 

4f 

9 

llf 

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Ch 

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Jeffrey, George 
Jeffrej', Ricliard 
Johnson, Alexander 
Jolcs, Hiram W. 
Joyncr, Charles 
Joyncr, Elijah 
Joyner, Solomon 
Kelly, Arthur 
Kelly, Philip 
Kelley, John 
Kelley, Michael 
Kennehau, Henry 
Kingston, Samue"l 
Kingston, Thomas, sen 
King.iton, Thomas, jun 
Kinney, Edward 
Kinney, Jnmcs 
Kinney, Michael 
Kyle, Thomas 
Lake, Charles 
Lake, Denis 
Lake, Ira 
Lake, Ira, sen. 
Lake, John 
Lake, William 
Lakins, William 
Lambkins, Robert 
Laveck, Charles 
Laverk, Lewis 
Lee, George 
Lee, Israel 
Lee, Leslie 
Lee, Nicholas 
Lee, William 
Lemau, Ira 
Leman, Sandford 
Leuan, Barnabas 
Leonard, John 
Leonard, Joseph 
Leonard, William 
Lester, William H. 
Lillia, David 
Lillia, James 
Long, William ' 
Lott, George 



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292 



TOWNSHIP OF PORTLAND. 



Lott, Lafayette 
Loveless, George 
Loveless, Marshall 
Lucu3, John 
Lyow, Fraueis 
McCall, Tntrick 
McCall, Thomas 
McClean, Hush 
McCkan, Stafford 
MeClean, William 
McCuin, John 
McCuiu, Miehacl 
McDonald, Duncan 
McDonald, James, jun. 
McDonald, William 
McDonner, Jacob 
McGill, Thomas, sen. 
McGiU, Thomas, jun. 
McGlocIin, Albert 
McGIoclin, Alexander 
McGloclin, Caroline 
McGloughlin, John 
McGuinnis, Mr. 
McGuire, John 
JIcKim, Hiram 
McKin, Nelson 
McMan, Alex., sen. 
McMau, Alex-., jun. 
McMan, William 
McMuUen, Joseph 
McWilliams, Henry 
Madden, John 
Madden, John 
Madden, Richard 
Manion, Patrick 
Jlartin, Alfred 
Martin, Amos 
Martin, Charles 
Martin, David 
Martin, Edward 
Martin, Elisha 
Martin, E/.ra 
Martin, Faxan 
Martin, Garrett 
Martin. John 



Con. 


Lot. 




6 


19h 


Martin, John , 


14 


Ih 


Martin, John 





l,5h 


Martin, John 0. 


9 


18 f 


Martin, S. 


13 


2f 


Martin, Silas 


5 


IGf 


Martin, Stephen 


13 


2(if 


Martin, Stephen 


4 


5f 


Martin, William 


•i 


Uf 


Martin, William 


4 


Uf 


Martin, William C. 


U 


25 f 


Matthews, Frederick 


14 


25h 


Matthews, George 


5 


2f 


Matthews, John 




5f 


Mayn, David 


13 


8f 


Mccks, Lycurgus 


5 


19 f 


Mills, Samuel 


3 


5( 


Moran, William 


3 


5 


More, Abraham 


5 


4 


More, George 


.5 


4 


More, John S. 


5 


4f 


More, Moses II. 


7 


h 


Morrison, Robert 




If 


Munson, George 


13 


5f 


Murten, George 


1 


5f 


Murtcn, James, sen. 


1 


6f 


Murten, James, jun. 


3 


8f 


Murten, John 


3 


7f 


Myers, Philander 


3 


6f 


Myers, William 


11 


10 f 


Nagle, Edward 


3 


2h 


Naglc, John 


11 


4f 


Nagle, William 




14 f 


Napp, M. 


13 


5f 


Napp, Peter, jun. 


1 


Uf 


Napp, Peter, sen. 


3 


h 


■Night, Alfred 


7 


19f 


Noon, James 


10 


If 


O'Connor, William 


6 


Ih 


O'Donnel, Manus 




3h 


O'Ryley, Luke 


11 


Uf 


Parker, John 


II 


18 


Parker, N. 


1! 


Uf 


Parkins, Richard 


10 


14 


Parks, Edmund 


9 


2f 


Parks, Henry 



Con. 


Lot. 


10 


14 


11 


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11 


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7 


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7 


19 f 



TOWNBHIl" OP PORTLAND. 



293 



Parret, Daniel 
Patterson, George 
Patterson, James 
Patterson, John 
Patterson, Robert 
Patterson, Rolpli 
Patterson, William 
Pennell, Henry 
Percy, John 
Percy, Joseph 
Percy, Michael 
Percy, William 
Pero, Adolphus 
Pero, Thomas 
Perry, John W. 
Peters, Eli J. J. 
Peters, Henry 
Peters, Hugh 
Peters, John 
Peters, Nelsou 
Peters, Nelson 
Peters, Reuben 
Peters, Silas 
Peters, Thomas A. 
Peters, William 
Phillips, Abraham 
Phillips, Asa 
Phillips, James 
Pomroy, M. L. 
Pomroy, Samuel 
Pomroy, William 
Porter, James 
Purdy, Elijah 
Purdy, George 
Purdy, Gilbert 
Purdy, Joseph 
Purdy, Lewis 
Purdy, Samuel D. 
Quanadore, Joseph 
Quanadore, Thomas 
Quinu, George 
Quirk, Peter 
Quirk, William 
Randell, George 
Randolph, Sydney 



Con. 

1 

3 

4 

5 

6 
10 

5 

7 
11 
10 
10 
10 
13 
12 
11 
11 
11 

2 

C 

2 

7 

2 
14 
U 

G 



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11 
11 

13 

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1 
1 

8 
7 
8 
13 
13 
2 

13 

13 

G 

C 



Lot. 

12 f Redden, Christy 
14h Redden, Jacob & Ncl 
13h Redden, John 
llh Redden, Miles 
G f Redden, Reuben 

8 f Redmond, John 
15 f Reed, John 
]2h Revell, Edward, sen. 
22 f Revell, Edward 
17h Revell, Matthew 
17 f Reynolds, Silas 
17 f Richey, George 
18h Robertson, Alex. 
19h Roblin, Jacob 

3 f Rogers, Joseph 

9 f Rose, William 

8 f Ryder, James 
5 f Sagriff, James 
3h Sagriff, Thomas 
3 f Salsbery, Martin 

20h Salsbery, William 
f Scales, Benjamin 

10 f Scales, Benjamin 

9 f Scales, George 
3h Scales, Richard 

f Scales, Thomas 

1 f Scgsworth, Thomas 
C f Shangraw, James 

19 f Shangraw, William 
19 f Shay, Cornelius 
19 f Shay, Daniel 
16 f Shepherd, Francis 

2 f Shiblcy, Colin 
5 f Shibley, Charles 
5 f Shibley, Edwin 

1 1 f Shibley, Henry 
I f Shibley, Jacob 

12 f Shibley, John 
12h Shibley, John, jun, 

1 f Shibley, John A. 

G f Shibley, Schuyler 
20h Shibley, Schuyler 
2Ih Shibley, Stewart 

5 f Shorey, Samuel 
1 1 f Sigsworth, John 



Con. 


Lot. 


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394 

Silver, Benjamin 
Silver, Cliarles 
Silver, John 
Silver, Sumuel 
Silver, Stephen 
Simmons, Peter D{ 
Simpkins, Henry 
Simpkins, Ilcnrj- 
Simpklns, M. 
Simpkins, llilcs 
Sirason, John 
Slack, Robert 
Smith, Aaron 
Smith, Abel 
Smith, Andrew 
Smith, Andrew 
Smith, George 
Smith, Henry 
Smith, Isaac 
Smith, James 
Smith, John, M.D. 
Smith, John 
Smith, Michael 
Smith, Thomas 
Smith, ■\Villiain 
Snider, Abraham 
SniJcr, Alex. 
Snider, Barnabas 
Snider, David 
Snider, KJward 
SniJcr, George 
Snider, Henry J. 
Snider, Jacob 
Snider, Jacob 
Snider, Jacob B. 
Snider, Jessie 
Snider, John 
Snider, John B. 
Snider, Nortcu 
Snider, Peter 
Snider, Sager 
Snider, Solomon 
Snider, Walter 
Suoden, James 
Soles, Albert 



TOWNSIIlr OF rORTLAND. 



Con. 
5 

2 

2 

5 

4 
11 

G 

7 

7 
14 
13 
12 
10 
12 . 
12 

2 

2 

14 



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2 
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14 
11 
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12 

11 

2 

1 

12 

12 

14 

1 

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11 

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7 



Lot. 

14 Speke, Alexander 
I f Spike, Aaron 

1 f Spike, Aaron, jun. 

1 f Spike, Bryan 

Ih Spike, Isaac 

4 f Spike, James 

7 { Spike, Robert 

f Spike, Robert 

G f Stafl'ord, Guy 

IGf Stafford, William 

24h Starr, John 

1 1 f Starr, Margaret 

15 f Stephenson, John 
13h Stephenson, Thomas 

13 Steward, Samuel 

7 Steward, Samuel L, 
7 { Stirrit, John 

C f Storms, Abraham 

4li Storms, Archibald 

."ill Storms, Calvin 

7li Storms, George 

19h Storms, Jacob 

7 f Storms, Jacob 

27 Swarbrick, Henry 

7 ( Swarbrick, William 

Gh Switzcr, Ainos 

14 f S«itzer, William C. 

10 f Taggart, Hugh 
{ Taggart, John 

13h Taggart, William 

14 Taylor, Henry 

1 1 f Taylor, Jesse 
G 1' Taylor, John 
Ch Taylor, Josiah 

12 f Taylor, Mary 
l.lf Taylor, Richard 

Taylor, Samuel 

14h Taylor, William 

7h Tazenby, Thomas 

IGf Thurston, Austin 

9 { Thurston, Jason 

19 f jTinuiions, Peter 
14 fj Toban, Edwin 

19f Toban, Matthew 
20f|Tob.in, Michael 



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Lot. 


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6 


7f 


5 


7f 


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7 


5 


7f 


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10 


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10 


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6 


20 f 


13 


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6 


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11 


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2 


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2 


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12 


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4 


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14 


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2 


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2 


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2f 


9 


Uf 


7 


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12 


20h 


7 


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7 


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9 


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5 


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11 


16 f 


10 


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14 


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1 


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2 


12f 


3 


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TOTVNSIIIP OF PORTLAND. 



295 



Toban, Patrick 
Toban, Richard 
Townsend, Alfred 
Townsend, Henry B.B. 
Townsend, James 
Townsend, John 
Townsend, John B. L. 
Townsend, Thomas 
Tracey, Michael 
Tracy, Patrick 
Truscott, John 
Tryan, Elias 
Tryan, Tobias 
Upum, Edward 
Upum, John 
Vandewatters, John 
Vandewattcrs, Peter 
Vandewatters, Reuben 
Vanluvin, John 
Vanluvin, Levi 
Vanluvin, Marven M. 
Vanlurin, William 
Vanwincle, Erastus A. 
Venis, John 
Vosburg, John 
Wagar, Isaac 
Wagar, Patrick 
Wagar, William 
Wager, Hiram 
Wager, James 
Wainnian, Walter 
Walker, Charles 
Walker, Edward 
Walker, George 
Walker, George 
Walker, George 
Walker, Ilirom 
Walker, Israel 
Walker, John 
Walker, John C. 
Walker, Levi 
Walker, Samuel 
Walker, William 
Wallis, Andrew 
Wiillis, David 



Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


1 


f 


Wallis, James 


4 


13 f 


13 


7f 


Wallis, John,- sen. 


4 


12 f 


4 


f 


Wallis, John, inn. 


4 


14 f 


^ 


4f 


Walroth, Eli 


9 


14 f 


4 


12 f 


Wah-oth, Isaac 


11 


Cf 




Gf 


Walroth, Jacob 


1! 


9f 




3f 


Walroth, Sidney 


11 


' 21 f 


4 


f 


Walsworth, Albert B. 


4 


3 


4 


2h 


Walsworlh, George 


G 


If 


4 


h 


Walsworth, Henry 


4 


3f 


e 


3f 


Walsworth, James 


4 


3 


G 


19h 


Ward, Lewis 


4 road h 


10 


13 f 


Ward, Marshall 


4 road h 




15 f 


Ward, Nicholas 


7 


18h 


G 


19 f 


Warren, Mary 


1 


Ch 


5 


5f 


Wartman, Albert 


. 4 


7 


5 


5f 


Wartman, Charles 


4 


7f 


5 


5f 


Wartman, Harris 


5 


If 


7 


3f 


Wartman, John 




18f 


8 


llh 


Wartman, John 


10 


Cf 


11 


19 f 


Wartman, Jacob 


5 


If 


7 


3f 


Wartman, Louis 


5 


If 




6f 


Wartman, Maitland 


13 


13 f 


8 


15 f 


Wartman, Raymond 


4 


7f 


10 


10 f 


Wartman, Schuyler 




8f 




If 


Wartman, Schuyler S. 


10 


3f 




If 


Watson, Joseph 


7 


11 f 




If 


Watson, Tliomas 


5 


14 f 


11 


19h 


Watson, William 


r, 


9f 


11 


!9f 


Wattam, William 


7 


Uf 


10 


l.'-.f 


Watts, William 


10 


llh 


11 


I7h 


Weldon, BiUans 


13 


9h 


11 


10 


Weldon, Lorenzo 


13 


9h 


1 


8 


Wells, James 


4 


17f 


2 


14f 


Wells, Joseph 


4 


18f 


11 


19f 


Welstred, Alfred 


10 


If 


2 


14f 


West, Isaac M. D. 


11 


10 f 


1 


8f 


Westbrook, I'rederick 


14 


31i 


11 


12 f 


Wcstbrook, John 


13 


5 


2 


14 f 


Wheeler, George 




llh 


2 


14 f 


Wheeler, Isaac 


12 


18 f 


11 


I9f 


Wheeler, J. Wesley 


8 


11 


I 


f 


Whitty, Nichoraa 


7 


14 f 


4 


13 


Wilkins, Thomas 


14 


13 f 


4 


•I2f 


Williams, Edmond 


7 


14 f 



290 



TOWNSHIP OF STORRTNGTON. 





Con. 


Lot 




Con. 


Lot. 


Wilson, Peter 


11 


20 f 


M''ood, Henry 


7 


-Ih 


Wolsev, Robert, sen. 


2 


U 


Wood, Henry 


7 


Gf 


Wolsey, Robert, jun. 


2 


1i 


Wright, George 


10 


If 


Wood, Barnabas 


6 


Cf 


Yeomans, Samuel 


G 


17f 


Wood, Daniel 


C 


Gf 






e. 



TOWNSHIP OF STORRINGTON. 



The toivnship of Storrington is bounded on tlie north hy the town- 
ship of Bedford, on the east by the township of South Crosby, County 
of Leeds, on the south east by the township of Pittsburgh, on the 
south by the township 'of Kingston, and on the northwest and west 
hy the township of Loughborough. The greater part of the 
township, which was taken from Pittsburgh and Loughborough, is 
rough and hilly j still a considerable portion of the land is good. In 
1845 it contained 1584 inhabitants, which number had increased to 
1910 in 1850, and to L'89-1 in ISGI. From the crop of 1849, 12,000 
bushels of wheat, 2G,000 bushels of potatoes, 11,000 pounds of maple 
sugar, 5,600 pounds of wool, and 12,000 pounds of butter were pro- 
duced. Below will be found an abstract of the agricultural produce 
from last census : — 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
STORRINGTON. 

Occupiers of land — total 339 

10 acres and nudcr 4 

10 " to 20 9 

20 " to 50 ". 98 

50 " to 100 145 

100 " to 200 7(i 

200 " and upwards 13 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 31 767 

" under cultivation 16423 

" crops 10827 

" p.isture 5352 

" " g.irdcns and orchards 244 



TOWNSHIP OF STORRINGTON. 29/ 

Wood and wild lands 1 5343 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 43G 123 

" " farming implements 22771 

" " gardens and orchards 4348 

Quantity of land held by townspeople trot being farmers .... 30 

Fall wheat — acres 225 

bushels 3255 

Spring wheat — acres 1 753 

" bushels 31179 

Barley — acres 153 

" bushels , 3907 

Rye — acres 4G7 

" bushels 62S0 

Peas — acres 1155 

" bushels 22112 

Oats— acres IGIG 

' bushels .^. . 49065 

Buckwheat — acres 134 

bushels , 3737 

Indian corn — acres 206 

" bushels 4J67 

Potatoes — acres 501 

" bushels 3534G 

Turnips — acres 15. 

" bushels 1 753 

Carrots — bushels 721 

Mangel-wurzel — acres 2 

" •' ' bushels 210 

Beans — bushels 67 

Clover, timothy, nnd other grass seeds — bushels 9 

Hay— tons 2393 

Hops— lbs 92 

Flax and hemp — lbs , . 00 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen, and steers 1 29 

Milch cows 1175 

Calves and heifers 910 

Horses, over 3 years old G55 

Value of same, in dollars 43659 

Colts and fillies !• 242 

Sheep 3301 

Pigs 1447 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 85010 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter— lbs 58057 



39S 



TOWNSHIP OT STOUUINGTON. 



Cheese — lbs _ 895 

M.ijile sugar — lbs 13780 

Cider — gallons 24!l4 

Wool— lbs 9896 

Fulled cloth — ynrds 2008 

Flannel — yards 5515 

Beef in barrels of 200 lbs 100 

?ork " " 497 

Fish — salted in barrels 4 

Carriages kept for pleasure 80 

Value of same iu dollars 46G2 

Census nv Origin. — England and Wales, 154; Scotland, 73; 
Ireland, 4C6; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 210i ; 
French origin, 12; United States, 75 ; Nova Scotia and Prince Ed- 
ward's Island, 4 ; New Brunswick, 1 ; Newfoundland, 2 ; Prussia, 
German plates, and Holland, 2; France, 2 ; Spain and Portugal, 1 ; 
Switzerland, 1 ; at sea, 1 ; total, 2894. 

Census by Religion. — Church of England, 782 ; Church of 
Borne, 385 ; Established Church of Scotland, 139; Free Church of 
Scotland, 481; United Presbyterians, 14; Wesleyan Methodists, 
554 ; Episcopal Methodists, 3/2 ; New Connexion Jlcthodists, 42 ; 
other Methodists, 20 ; Baptists, 7 ; Lutheraus, 5 ; Congregationnlista, 
2 ; Second Adrentists, 43 ; Protestants, 21 ; Jews, 9 ; others not 
classed, 12; total, 2894. 





Con. 


Lot. 




Abcrnathy, David 


8 


12 


Balfour, Robert 


Abernathy, James 


8 


12f 


Balls, Thom.is 


Abcrnathy, James 


9 


9h 


Barclay, James L. 


Abernathy, John 


8 


\\l 


Barnes, Robert 


Abernathy, John 


10 


17f 


Barnes, Thomas 


Abott, John, sen. 


10 


12h 


Barr, Adam 


Abott, John, jun. 


10 


12 f 


Barr, Robert 


Adams, Charles 


7 


■38h 


Barr, Robert 


Adams, James 


9 


3 


Bates, Timothy 


Agncw, Hamilton 


7 


17f 


Bcaupre, Joseph 


Alamanza, John 


7 


14 


Beaupro, Joseph 


Audei'son, George 


7 


10 f 


Beck, Charles 


Arthur, John 


9 


5f 


Bennett, Frederick 


Arthurs, Aaron 


8 


7f 


Bctin, Robert 


Arthurs, George 


9 


8f 


Blackaby, James 


Arthurs, Sampson 


U 


Gf 


Blackaby, John 


Arthurs, AVilliam 


8 


17f 


Blackaby, John 


Ayrs, Francis 


7 


20 


Blackaby, Richard 


Back, John 


7 


22 


Blackaby, William 



Oon. 


Lot. 


14 


17U 


7 


14f 


3 


16h 


4 


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5 


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5 


24 f 


12 


If 


9 


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9 


25 f 


U 


28 f 


G 


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32 f 


1 


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9 


23 


9 


22 f 


10 


23 f 


9 


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9 


22 f 



TOWNSIIII' OF STOnniNfJTON 



209 



Bond, Allen 
Bond, Allen 
Bond, Allen 
Bond, William 
Bond, William 
Bond, William 
Bond, William 
Booth, Charles B. 
Boyce, James, sen. 
Boycc, James, jun. 
Boyce, Robert 
Boyce, Stephen 
Brady, Edward 
Brady, James, sen. 
Brady, James, jun. 
Brady, John 
Brass, Henry M. 
Brass, Robert 
Brewer, John 
Brown, John 
Brown, Samuel 
Bruce, Dixon 
Bruce, John, sen. 
Bruce, John, jun. 
Bruce, Robert 
Bruce, Samuel, sen. 
Bruce, Samuel, jun. 
Buck, Frederick 
Buck, Martin 
Burk, William 
Campbell, Absalom 
Campbell, Archibald 
Campbell, Arthur 
Campbell, Calvin 
Campbell, Francis M. 
Campbell, George 
Campbell, Henry A. 
Campbell, Hugh 
Campbell, Hugh, sen. 
Campbell, Hugh, jua. 
Campbell, Hugh 
Campbell, James 
Campbell, James 
Campbell, James 
Campbell, James 



Con. 


Lot. 


2 


18 f 


3 


I8f 


:i 


)9f 


15 


lOf 


15 


13 f 


3 


20 f 


15 


15f 


I 


14 f 


7 


3Gh 


7 


3« 


7 


27 


7 


14 f 


11 


23h 


1 


12 f 


1 


13 


1 


13 


10 


10 


10 


9f 


3 


20 f 


1 


9f 


9 


14 f 


10 


If 


1 


I7f 


10 


llf 


14 


12f 


1 


17f 


7 


29 f 


9 


1 f 


9 


1 


8 


8 


8 


2f 


,5 


2«f 


15 


16 


9 


5f 


T 


17f 


o 


ISf 


2 


I9f 


8 


21 


8 


4f 


8 


4 


9 


7/ 


2 


20 f 


2 


22 f 


7 


22 


7 


30 f 



Campbell, John, sen. 
Campbell, John 
Campbell, John 
Campbell, M. 
Campbell, Robert 
Campbell, Samuel 
Campbell, William 
Campbell, William 
Card, Samuel 
Carpenter, Charles 
Carry, Patrick M. 
Carson, John 
Carson, William 
Carson, M'illiam 
Carson, William 
Caverly, Amos 
Caverly, George ' 
Caverly, John, sen. 
Caverly, John, jun. 
Caverly, Nathaniel 
Caverly, William, sen. 
Caverly, William, jun. 
Chambers, Rev. Tliom 
Christopher, Henry 
Christopher, Oliver 
Cliristophcr, William 
Churchill, I. 
Clark, Edwin 
Clark, George 
Clark, James 
Clark, John 
Clark, Thomas 
Clark, William 
Claxton, John 
Claxton William 
Cochran, John 
Coglin, Timothy D. 
Coglin, Timothy I). 
Cole, Matthew 
CoUance, Charles 
Collance, George 
Conklin, James 
Conklin, Joseph 
Conklin, Michael 
Conklin, Thomas 



Con> 


Lot. 


7 


3f 


7 


29 f 


K 


4 


5 


25 f 


9 


ICf 


7 


2.} f 


9 


19f 


13 


17h 


12 


24h 


12 


() 


14 


13 


9 


6 


9 


(if 


10 


4f 


11 


31 


— 




^ 


25 


7 


25 f 


7 


28 f 


7 


24 


7 


24 f 


7 


25 f 


as 7 


If 


1 


]Gf 


1 




1 


IG 


10 


12h 


11 


10 f 





4f 


G 


1 


G 


If 


11 


10 f 


9 


4 


2 


17 f 


2 


17 


1 


23 f 


10 


IGf 


13 


23 f 


H 


25 


2 


IG 


' 7 


17h 


7 


39h 


7 


39 


7 


39 


2 


17 f 



300 



TOWNSHIP OF STORRINGTOK. 





Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Confclin, Tiiouias 


i 


f 


Dolin, Allen 


9 


7h 


Comiell, James 


U 


10 


Dougherty, James 


7 


17f 


Connell, John 


15 


12 f 


Dougherty, Philip 


8 


19 f 


Connell, JIartiu 


U 


10 


Dowlin, James 


1 


25 f 


Coaaell, llichard 


c 


10 f 


Dowlin, AVillinm 


G 


Gf 


Connell, Samuel 


G 


10 


Downing, William 


.5 


21 


(^onudl, William 


G 


10 f 


Draper, James 


7 


32 


Couvillc, Arthur 


8 


If 


Draper, Richard, jun. 


7 


3f 


Conville, Arthur 


8 


4f 


Draper, Richard 


7 


32 


Conville, Thomas 


S 


Ih 


Duff, William 


3 


22 f 


Conway, David 


]•_' 


Gf 


Duff, William 


•4 


22 f 


Ccnway, Jacob 


13 


25h 


Edwards, David 


3 


24 f 


Conway, William 


13 


25 h 


Edwards, David 


7 


41 f 


Coojier, Edward 


S 


7 


Edwards, David B. 


3 


25 f 


Cooper, George 


S 


7f 


Edwards, George 


- 7 


25 f 


Cooper, James 


s 


7 


Edwards, George 


7 


29 f 


Cooper, John 


8 


7 


Edwards, John 


3 


20 f 


Cooper, Samuel 


8 


7f 


Edwards, Peter 


3 


25 


Cooper, Tliomas 


8 


7f 


Elis, William 


9 


o 


Cooper, William 


11 


271. 


Elliott, George 


7 


17 


Cragc, Robert 


7 


Gf 


Elliott, John 


7 


• 3f 


Crow, James 


7 


17 


Elycay, Daniel 


13 


30 f 


Crow, Francis 


8 


3{ 


Elycay, Hiram 


13 


31f 


Cuddy, Robert 


(J 


10 f 


Elycay, Sanuiel 


13 


30 f 


Cunningham, John S. 


8 


Oh 


Evans, Joliu 


G 


Ih 


Cuuningham, I'eter 


11 


29 f 


Ewert, Samuel 





11 


Currigan, AVilliam 


O 


2G 


Farrell, Charles 


10 


2Gf 


Cunney, Richard 


9 


8f 


Farrell, James 


10 


2Gf 


Daly, George 


7 


22 f 


Fawcctt, Joseph 


10 


20h 


Daly, James 


2 


1-1 f 


Ferguson, Alexander 


2 


14 


Daly, James 


7 


22 f 


Ferguson, James 


■1 


f 


Daly, James 


7 


31 


Ferguson, John 


4 


f 


Dalv, John 


7 


31 


Ferguson, Robert 


2 


14h 


DalV, Patrick 


7 


31 


Ferguson, Richard 


14 


15 


Darling, A. G. 


1 


h 


Ferguson, Thomas 


4 


f 


Darling, E. 


8 


12 


Ferguson, William 


4 


f 


Darling, Ira 


1 


12f 


Fislier, George 


7 


16 f 


Darling, La, sen. 


2 


12f 


Fislier, John 


G 


15f 


Dcaue, Patrick 


8 


24 f 


Fisher, John 


7 


15f 


Denne, Francis 


1 


20 


Fisher, Thomas 


G 


13 f 


Dixon, George 


8 


8f 


Fluke, Edward 


15 


14h 


Dixon, James 


8 


8 


Fluke, Edward 


15 


19 f 


Dixon, Robert, seu. 


8 


8f 


Foster, J. C. 


7 


22 f 


Dixon, Robert, jun. 


8 


8f 


Freeman, Alra. 


8 


14 f 


Dixon, Thoma- 


8 


8 


Gammer, Sarah 


7 


30 f 



TOWNSHIP OF STORHINGTON. 



301 



Gay, Robert 

Genge, Nelson 
Genge, Richard 
George, John 
Gibson, George 
Gibson, John 
Gibson, Mrs. 
Gibson, Mrs. 
Gibson, William 
Gilmorc, Daniel 
Gilmore, Thomas 
Glenn, Jaraep 
Gorden, James 
Gorden, Thomas 
Gordon, Joseph 
Grady, Thomas 

Greenly, Robert 

Greer, Ann 

Greer, John 

Guild, Andrew 

Guild, Andrew, jun. 

Guild, John 

Guild, William 

Gummcr, James 

Gummer, John 

Gummcr, Sarah 

Gummer, Sarah 

Gummcr, William 

Guthrie, William 

Uagerty, Samuel 

Ilait, Edward 

Hamilton, Ilerchemcr 

Ilauley, George 

Hanley, William 

Hardcastle, Mra. 

Hardy, George 

Harklcy, J.imes 

Harris, Christopher 

Harris, Christopher 

Hart, Arthur 

Hart, Arthur 

Hart, Arthur 

Hart, Harry 

Hartley, James, jun 

Hatton, John 

Hawkey, Robert, sen. 



Con. Lot. 

2 2G f Hawkey, Robert, jun. 

14 20 Hawkey, Thomas 

14 20 f Hayden, Edward 

13 16 f Ueruing, Arnold 
7 39 f Herning, George 

6 12h Hewton, John, jun. 

I 25 f Hewtcn, William 

7 39 f Hewton, WiUiam 
7 39 f Hicks, James 
9 14 f Hitchcock, John 

9 14 f Hitchcock. Joseph 
7 22 f Hitchcock, Nelson 

5 22h Hitchcock, Robert 

6 Oh Hitchcock, Robert 

7 6 f Hitchcock, William 

14 IGh Hodgson, John, sen. 
C 2 f Hodgson, John, jun. 
6 Ih Holder, Isaac 

6 1 Holder, John 
G 14 f Holder, Wdliam 

14 11 f Hoylc, John J. 

G 15 Howes, George 

G 15 Huffman, Elias M. 
4 f Hughs, Henry 

4 f Hughs, James, sen. 

1 18 f Hughs, John 

1 20 f Hughs, John 
4, f Hughson, Amos 

13 If Hughson, George 
9 G Hughson, George 

9 iGh Hughson, Leslie 

8 12 f Uughsou, Levi 
8 9 f Hughson, Nathaniel 
1 25 Hunter, George 

7 23h Hunter, James 
7 13 f Hurley, John 

4 f Hurley, Joseph 

II 24h Hurley, Timothy 
12 27 f Hutchison, William 

1 18 f Jackson, Andrew 

2 18 f Jackson, Benjamin 

5 20 f Jackson, Cornelius 
11 21 Jackson, Freeman 

10 11 f Jackson, Hiram 
2 13h Jackson, John 
5 5 f Jackson, John 



Con. 


Lot. 


C 


7h 


15 


Of 


14 


11 


7 


12 f 


7 


13 f 


G 


7f 


C 


7f 


7 


7f 


3 


201i 


7 


17 f 


14 


14, 


14 


14 


G 


4f 


7 


5f 


7 


17 


G 


5f 


G 


5 


10 


13 f 


10 


13 f 


9 


15 f 


8 


6 


7 


Ih 


12 


22h 


8 


15h 


8 


15f 


9 


12 f 


10 


15f 


3 


18f 


2 


13f 


2 


15 f 


2 


15 


2 


15 f 


9 


If 


4 


f 


15 


21f 


12 


28h 


11 


33 f 


8 


20 


10 


21h 


6 


2f 


11 


21h 


I 


20 


7 


23 


12 


25 f 


6 


3f 


7 


3f 



302 



TOWNSHIP OF STOnuiNGTONi 



TOWNSHIP or PTOnr.INCTON. 



303 



Jackson, Thomas 
Jackson, Philip 
J.imcson, James 
JnmcsoD, John, sen, 
Jameson, John, sen. 
Jameson, John, jun. 
Jameson, Richard 
Jameson, Samuel 
Jardiiie, John 
Jeffers, John 
Jeiiell, George 
Johnston, Francis 
Johnston, Ilcnry 
Johnston, James 
Johnston, John 
Johns ten, John 
Johnston, William 
Kearns, IInf;h 
Keclor, DnviJ 
Keclor, Daniel 
Ktelor, HnmmouJ 
Keclor, John 
Keclor, Joseph 
Keclor, Joseph 
Keclor, Samuel 
Keelor, AVilliam 
Keenan, Joliu 
Kellar, Thomas C. 
Kells, Uobcrt 
Kelly, Patrick 
Kennedy, Bernard 
Kennedy, John 
Kenned)-, Michael, sen. 
Kennedy, Michael, jun. 
Keys, John, sen. 
Keys, John, jun, 
Kiny, Ilenry 
King, Jacob 
Kingy, Edward 
Kirkpatrick, ArcLibald 
Kirkpatrick, Robert 
Kirkpatrick, Samuel 
Kirkpatrick, Thomas 
Knapp, Charles 
Knapp, Henry 



Con. 


Lot. 


1 


20 f 





3f 


10 


211 f 


8 


20 f 


9 


20 f 


9 


20 f 


10 


24 f 


<) 


21 f 


8 


14h 


7 


13h 


11 


31 f 


7 


14h 


7 


IGf 


5 


23 


5 


22h 


7 


10 f 


7 


(i 





llf 


12 


2U 


9 


23 f 


8 


Cf 


13 


18 f 


8 


C 


12 


21f 


9 


24 


8 


5 


7 


I'lf 


8 


10 f 


G 


8f 


G 


9 


7 


Of 


7 


Of 


7 


Of 


7 


Of 


3 


20 f 


3 


20 f 


13 


32 f 


13 


32 


14 


14 


9 


13 f 


9 


13 f 





13 f 


7 


33 f 


9 


IG 


9 


IG 





Con. 


Lot. 


Knapp, John 


10 


5h 


Knajjp, Samuel 


9 


IGh 


Knight, Joshua 


7 


15 f 


Knight, Robert 


7 


lb 


Knight, Robert, sen. 


7 


17 f 


Knight, Robert, jun. 


7 


15 


Knight, William 


7 


17 


Lake, Aaron 


7 


23h 


Lake, Alex. 


10 


If 


Lake, Alex. 


9 


2f 


Lake, Christopher 


4 


24h 


Lake, Dauford 


9 


2 


Lake, Daniel 


9 


8 


Lake, Isaac 


4 


24 f 


Lake, Isaac, jun. 


3 




Lake, James 




4f 


Lake, John R. 


3 


24 


Lake, Richard 


9 


2f 


Lake, Robert 


3 




Lake, Stephen 


2 


IG 


Lake, William 


2 


23 f 


Lake, William 


•1 


23 f 


Lane, William 


15 


14h 


Langwitli, Mr, 


14 


9f 


Laugwith, Christopher 


6 


llf 


Langwith, Christopher 


7 


lOf 


Lattimer, Edward II. 


1 


14 f 


Lattimer, William 


1 


13f 


Lattimer, Wjlliam, jun. 


1 


15 f 


Lenny, Francis 


9 


8 


Lewis, St. Louis 


2 


15 


Lindsay, John 


<j 


Ih 


Lindsay, Samuel 


7 


40h 


Linn, David 


9 


4f 


Linn, James 


9 


4f 


Linton, David 


2 


22 


Loucks, Francis 


12 


23h 


Loucks, George 


3 


21 f 


Loucks, Jacob 


2 


21 f 


Loucks, John 


12 


23 


Lyon, Charles 


7 


27 f 


Lyon, Daniel 


7 


31h 


Lyon, John W. 


7 


2Gh 


Lyon, Oliver 


1 


IGf 


Lyon, Philander 


7 


2Cf 



Lyon, Seth, seu. 
Lyon, William 
McBromi, Ilcnry 
McBridc, John 
McBride, Samuel 
McBride, Thomas 
McBride, Thomas 
McBride, William 
McCallum, Duncan 
WcCallum, James 
McCallum, John, son. 
McCallum, John, jun. 
McCallum, Peter 
McCarry, James 
McCarry, Patrick 
McCarry, William 
McClement, Elizabeth 
McClenient, James 
McConnell, David 
McConnell, Edward 
McConncU, Edward 
SIcCounell, Hugh 
McConnell, James 
JMcConnell, William 
McDonald, Mrs. 
McFarland, George 
McFarland, George 
JIcFarland, John 
McFarland, John 
McGarvey, Terrence 
McGarvey, John 
McGrnth, James 
McGrath, John 
McGrath, Patrick 
McGrath, Thomas 
McGnire, George 
McGuirc, John 
McGuire, Patrick 
Mcllroy, John 
Mclntyre, Clark 
McKendry, John 
McKcndry, Joseph 
McLcod, D. 
McLean, Daniel 
McMinn, Samuel 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


.■51 f 


7 


31h 


7 


20 f 


2 


2Gf 





26 f 


8 


7h 


8 


l(if 


8 


17 


7 


40 


11 


20 f 


7 


40 f 


7 


40 f 


7 


40 


7 


20 


7 


20h 


7 


20 


8 


10 f 


10 


llf 


8 


10 f 


1 


llf 


"8 


18 f 


8 


10 f 


8 


18 


8 


4f 


G 


Ih 


13 


7f 


4 


22h 


4 


22h 


14 


8f 


7 


38 f 


7 


37 f 


G 


2f 


7 


41 f 


G 


2f 


G 


2f 


15 


IG 


15 


15h 


C 


Gf 


11 


30 f 


7 


23 


8 


23 f 


8 


23h 


7 


22 


4 


f 


8 


25 



McNeil, Daniel 
McNeilly, Jolin 
MeWatters, John 
McWatters, Samuel 
MeWatters, Thomas 
MackWilliam S. 
Makin, Edwin 
Manly, John 
Marco, Frederick 
Mathews, Benjamin 
Mathews, John 
Mathews, Thomas 
Maxwell, Richard 
Maynard, George 
Merrell, John 
Miligan, William 
Alillcr, Asa 
Mills, Peter 
Mines, John 
Miller, William, jun. 
Miller, William, sen. 
Milier, William 
Moor, Daniel 
Moor, William 
Moure, John 
Morahan, James 
Mornhan, John 
Morahan, Michael 
Morahan, William 
Morrow, Alexander 
Morrow, William 
Muir, Francis 
Muir, James 
Mullen, James, sen. 
Mullen, James, juu. 
Mullen, Michael 
Mundle, John 
Mundle, Joseph 
Mundle, William 
Murdock, Edward 
Murdock, John 
Murphy, James 
Murphy, James 
Murphy, Peter 
Murphy, Thomas 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


18 f 


7 


If 


2 


23 f 


7 


If 


2 


23h 


G 


Ih 


G 


8f 


7 


G 


11 


30 


S 


13 f 


5 


lOh 


5 


19 f 


14 


13h 


11 


2Gli 


11 


19 f 


13 


25 


9 


8 


3 


IS 


12 


18 


9 


S 


9 


8f 


12 


17 f 


1 


17 f 


2 


17 f 


12 


IGli 


11 


31h 


11 


31h 


11 


31h 


11 


31h 


9 


■ 4f 


7 


12 f 


7 


8f 


7 


8 


1 


10 f 


i 


llf 


1 


10 f 


7 


19 


7 


19 f 


7 


19 


1 


25 f 


1 


25 f 


7 


21 f 


8 


21 1' 


7 


lOh 


7 


19 f 



304 



TOWNSiiir or STORnixcrON. 



TOWNSHIP OP STOnRINGION. 



30C 



Miirpliy, Tiiomns 
Murphy, Thomas 
Neil, Gporge 
Neil, Matthew 
Neilson, John 
Nicliols, George 
Nichols, Henry 
Nichols, John 
Nicholson, John 
Nobbs, George 
Norris, Richard 
Norton, Ebcuczer 
Novvland, Patrick 
O'Calahau, Patrick 
Ormsbce, Daniel 
Orr, Daniel, sen. 
Orr, Daniel, jun. 
Orr, James 
Orr, James 
Orr, Uobert 
Orr, Ilobert T. 
Orser, Arthur 
Orser, Charles 
Orser, Ezra 
Orser, Isaac 
Osborne, Robert 
Parke, Jason C. 
Parke, John B. 
Patterson, John 
Patterson, Thomas 
Payne, Duvid 
Payne, John 
Payne, Robert, sen. 
Payne, Robert, jun. 
Pool, George 
Pool, John 
Pool, Samuel 
Pool, Thomas 
Quinn, Patrick 
Rabatoy, Patrick 
Ralston, Hugh 
Ralston, Hugh 
Ralston, Ilngli 
Ranseir, George 
Ranseir, William 
Rector, Albert 



Con. 


Lot, 


8 


17 f 


8 


20 f 


7 


41 f 


6 


2f 


11 


22h 


15 


]4 


13 


19h 


13 




7 


35h 


7 


1 


11 


18h 


14 


12 


1 


19 f 


11 


34 f 





15 f 


1 


2-1 f 


7 


21 f 


14 


12 


1 


23 f 





2 


I 


24 f 


7 


19h 


7 


18 


13 


31f 


7 


I8h 


;) 


2Uf 


3 


17h 


3 


17h 


8 


Of 


7 


12 f 


8 




5 


7h 


8 


14 f 


8 


14 h 


in 


17 


15 


18h 


15 


17h 


14 


18h 


7 


23 


3 


17 


13 


13f 


14 


19f 


11 


24 f 


11 


19 f 


U 


18f 


2 


21 



Redpath, George 
Redpath, James 
Redpath, John 
Reed, Elijah 
Reed, William 
Reynolds, Thomas 
Rice, Jo3e])h 
Richards, James 
Richards, John, sen. 
Richards, John, sen. 
Richards, John, sen. 
Richards, John 
Richards, John 
Rider, Henri 
Ritchie, Adam . 
Ritchie, Mrs. 
Ritchie, Oliver 
Ritchie, Thomas. 
Ritchie, Thomas 
Roan, George 
Robb, James 
Robinson, George 
Robinson, Thomas 
Rundle, Benjamin 
Rundle, William 
Sands, George 
Sands, Robert 
Sands, Thomas, sen. 
Sands, Thomas, jun. 
Sands, William 
Sands, William 
Sc'hermerhoru, John 
Scott, Alichael 
Scott, Michael 
Scidlion, Hugh 
Scullion, Michael 
Sears, A. 
Sears, John 
Sears, William 
Serry, George T.i 
Shannon, John 
Shannon, Robert 
Shannon, Thomas 
Shannon, Thomas 
Shannon, William 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


38 f 


7 


38f 


7 


38 


10 


10 


7 


13 f 


1 


li 


7 


13h 


10 


20 


1 


18f 


2 


18f 


2 


19 f 


7 


IGf 


12 


15 f 


G 


17 f 


8 


Of 


9 


3f 


9 


22h 


2 


IGf 


3 


15 f 


7 


11 


11 


17 f 


9 


23 


G 


9f 


5 


24h 


5 


24 


8 


4 


8 


9 


8 


9f 


8 


10 f 


7 


14 f 


8 


9h 


7 


14 f 


11 


35 f 


12 


35 f 


7 


18 f 


7 


18 


9 


Sh 


9 


8 


9 


8f 


2 


21f 


7 


4 


7 


4 


7 


1 


7 


4f 


7 


4f 





Con. 


Lot. 


Sliappe, M. 




llf 


Sh.appe, M. 


12 


36 f 


Sharp, John 


5 


If 


Sharp, John 


7 


41 f 


Shaw, Christopher 


13 


17 


Siiaw, James 


10 


17h 


Shejiherd, Elizabeth 


1 


20 f 


Shepherd, George 


15 


14 


Shepherd, James 


1 


20 f 


Shepherd, John 


1 


18f 


Shcrbeno, Peter 


13 


24 


Short, Edward 


1 


17 f 


Short, James 


1 


171. 


Simmons, Jacob 


7 


IGh 


Simmons, William 


7 


I7h 


Simpson, Archibald 


y 


8f 


Simpson, Thomas 


10 


22h 


Skipper, William 


4 


h 


Sleet 1, George 


8 


3f 


Sleeth, John ' . 


8 


5 


Sleeth, Samuel 


8 


2f 


Slccth, Samuel 


8 


3f 


Sleeth, Sfimncl 


8 


5f 


Sleeth, William 


8 


If 


Sleeth, William 


9 


2f 


Slone, Samuel ■ 


1 


23 f 


Smith, Adam 


2 


25 f 


Smith, Alex. ' 


7 


15 f 


Smith, Charles 


o 


25 f 


Smith, Charles, -sen. 


7 


30 f 


Smith, Charles, jun. 


7 


30b 


Sinitli, Cornelias 


G 


4f 


Smith, Eraser 


7 


13 f 


Smith, George 


7 


13 


Smith, Hugh 


G 


9 


Smith, James 


3 


25 


Smith, John 


7 


301. 


Smith, Lewis 


G 


7h 


Smith, Jlrs. 


G 


18 f 


Smith, Mrs. 


7 


]9f 


Smith, William 


7 


15f 


Snider, Charles 


7 


21h 


Snook, George 


7 


19 


Snook, Henry M. 


7 


20 f 


Snook, Martin 


3 


201. 



Snook, Tunis 
Sparham, George 
Spooner, Daniel 
Spooner, Godfrey 
Spooner, Hiram 
Spooner, Hiram 
Spooner, Hiram, jun. 
Spooner. lli.'am 
Spooner, J.ames 
Spooner, John 
Spooner, Lazarus 
Spoone.', Simeon, sen. 
Spooner, Simeon, jun. 
Spoone.', Thomn" 
Spoone.-, William 
Sprh.g, Hugh 
Spring, Hngh 
Spring, John 
Spring, John.juu. 
Sprh.g, William 
Steenson, Isaac 
Steenson, James, ecu. 
Stecson, Jamei;, jun. 
Stccnsu.., Philip 
Stevenso.i, John 
Stewart, Thomas 
Stromne.ss, Robert 
Stonnesa, Robert 
Storms, William N. 
Stokes, Edward 
Stokes, Robert 
Stokes, William 
Stokes, William 
Stuart, Peter 
Stuart, William 
Survics, James 
Suthc'land, Alexa.ider 
Tait, yVdam 
Tait, Alexander 
Teachont, Isaac 
Teachout, James 
Teachont, Jacob 
Teneliont, Peter 
Teepell, (Hiarlfs 
Teepell, David 



Coir 


Lot. 


7 


19 f 


11 


23 f 


7 


38 


6 


18 f 


G 


Ih 


7 


18 f 


7 


20 f 


7 


21 f 


2 


2Gf 


7 


2lf 


7 


20 f 


2 


25 f 


? 


2Gf 


o 


25 f 


8 


18 


2 


IGf 


11 


.18f 


2 


IGf 


5 


21 f 


2 


IGf 


7 


10 f 


7 


10 f 


7 


10 f 


11 


32 f 


G 


Of 


S 


23 f 


9 


8f 


10 


IGf 


12 


23 


15 


14 f 


7 


17 


7 


37 f 


14 


11 


2 


24h 


2 


24h 


2 


22 


10 


13 f 


2 


23h 


G 


7h 


9 


5h 


10 


23 h 





5 


10 


11 


13 


Of 


13 


8f 



20 



306 



TOWNSIIII- OF STOnniNGTON. 



TecpcU, Elias 
Tcepcll, George 
Tecpcll, George 
Teepcll, Jnmes 
Tcepcll, John, sen. 
Tecpcll, John, jun. 
Tcepcll, John, jun. 
Tecpell, Lester 
Tecpell, Nathaniel 
Tcepcll, William 
Thomas, Charles 
Thom.as, Henry 
Thomas, John 
Thompson, Mrs. 
Tierney, Michael 
Toland, Daniel II. 
Tolanil, Daniel II. 
Toland, John 
Toland, John 
Toland, John 
Toland, Joseph, jun. 
Tolls, Leverit 
Tonson, David 
Topliir, Edward 
Toplifi", James 
TopUff, Moses 
Tough, William 
Trance, Thomas 
Triinhic, Robert 
Trimble, Tliomas 
Vamdcli, Mrs. 
Vandor, William 
Vanluven, Charles 
Vanluven, Ci-.ristophei 
A'anluvcn, Ilcnry 
VanluTcn, Sidney 
Vanvalkenbiirg, DaTiJ 



Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


U 


26 


Vanvalkcnburg, David 


9 


17 f 


(i 


U5i' 


Vauvalkcnburg, David 


12 


12 f 


9 


If 


Vanvalkcnburg, 11. 


a 


131. 


3 


20 f 


Vanvalkcnburg, Welliu 


cr. 




13 


8f 


ton 


S 


14 


18 


10 f 


Wait, James 


10 


Ifif 


14 


10 f 


Wait, Wellington 


7 


23h 


15 


IG 


Walker, David J. 


4 


23 f 


G 


20 


Walker, William 


4 


25 f 


3 


19 f 


Wangh, William 


7 





9 


17 


Waldrop, Gordon 


7 


2h 


9 


17 


Waldron, John 


7 


2f 


9 


IGf 


Waldron, Thomas 


7 


2h 


8 


Gh 


Webb, John G. 


r, 


4 


11 


31 f 


Webb, Richard 


a 


4f 


7 


5f 


Wear, Hugh 


8 


IGh 


7 


8f 


Wear, James 


fl 


Ifi 


3 


25 f 


Weir, Hugh 


7 


IGh 


li 


]5f 


Whelan, Luke 





181i 


7 


5 


White, Henry 


8 


7f 


7 


17f 


Willas, Samuel 


7 


11 


8 


17 f 


Willey, J. 


10 


25h 


I'J 


21 


Wilson, David 


8 


5- 


5 


3f 


Wilson, AVIUiam 


8 


5f 


,5 


4 


Woods, Andrew 


o 


26 


14 


15 f 


Woods, Samuel 


7 


13h 


12 


21 f 


Wollnrd, Lake 


S 


3 


11 


26 


Woolf, John 


9 


19f 


G 


14 f 


Woolf, John 


7 


25 { 


G 


11 


Woolf, Wellington 


7 


27 


1 


2Gh 


Writ;ht, John 


13 


9 


3 


23 


Ycatinnn, James, jun. 


11 


17 




10 f 


Ycatnian, James, sen. 


U 


17h 


9 


Of 


Young, John 


U 


13 f 


9 


10 f 


Y'ouns, Richard, 


7 


2 


9 


12 r 


Young, Thomas 


7 


2h 


8 


13f 


Yoiuig, William 


14 


13 f 



TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE ISLAND. 



307 



TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE ISLAND. 



Oppositk the county of Frontenac, situated in Lake Ontario, is a 
large island called Wolfe Island. This island forma a separate tomi- 
ship of the county of Frontenac. It is very irregularly shaped, and 
contains a considerable portion of exeolleut land, which is generally 
rolling or level. It commenced settling about the year ISOO ; and in 
1842 it contained 1289 inhabitants ; and in 18 JO it had increased to 
2330; and in 18CI to 3G01. In 18-19, 71G1 acres of land \fcre mider 
cultivation, and 13,000 bushels of wheat, 19,000 bushels of oats, 8-100 
bushels of peas, 14,000 bushels of potatoes, 3500 bushels of turnips, 
5900 lbs. of Wool, 51,000 lbs. of cheese, and 15,800 lbs. of butter, 
were produced. For abstract of last census, sec the following i 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c.. FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
WOLFE ISLAND. 

Occupiers of Land — total , SGG 

10 acres and under 17 

10 " to 20 7 

20 "to 50 140 

50 " to 100 135 

" 100 " to 200 54 

200 " and upwards 13 

LANDS AND mODUCi:. 

Amount held in Acres 31191 

Amount under cultivation 15C-13 

" crops 11848 

" pasture oG78 

" gardens and orchards 117 

Wood and wild lands 15548 

Cash value of farms in dollars 572115 

" agricultural implements in dollars 30509 

" produce of gardens and orchards 3102 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being fanners 1494 

Fall wheat — acres 19 

" bushels 328 

Spring wheat — acres 482G 

" bushels 94298 



308 



TOWNSHIP OF -WOLFE ISLAND. 



Barley — acres G6S 

bushels 208GG 

Kye — acres 37 

" bushels 40G 

Peas — acres 978 

■• bushels 22255 

Oats — acres 1878 

'■ bushels -■ 72382 

Buckwheat — acres 54 

bushels .;.. 1367 

Indian Corn — acres 172 

bushels 37G5 

Potatoes — acres 384 

bushels 41702 

Turnips — acres '■'■ 5 

'■ bushels 1232 

Carrots— bushels 1491 

Mangel wurzel — acres , 4 

bushels ; I34G 

Beans — bushels '■ 470 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds— bushels 17 

Uay— tons , 2319 

IIops— lbs 42 

Fbix and hemp— lbs .• 10 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers ...'. 110 

Milch cows , HOO 

Calves and heifers 1224 

Horses over three years old 801 

Value of same in dollars 49122 

Colts and fillies .■102 

Slicop 3G09 

Pigs 1032 

Total value of live stock 1084 G8 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter- lbs .: 8G138 

Cheese— lbs 2108 

Maple sugar — lbs 1498 

■Wool— lbs 1171G 

Fulled cloth— yards 1G26 

Flannel — yards 3156 

Linen — yardj 4 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs 206 

Pork, ■• " C49 



TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE ISLAND. 



309 



Fish, salted in barrels 33 

" sold fresh — lbs 33 

Carriages kept for pleasure 117 

Value of same in dollars 4288 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 115; Scotland, 75; 
Ireland, 71G ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 2134 ; French 
origin, 202 ; United States, 347 ; Nova Scotia and Prince Edward's 
Island, i : New Brunswick, 4 ; AVest Indies, 1 ; Prussia, German 
States, and Holland, 1 ; Italy and Greece, 1 ; Sweden and Norway , 1 ; 
Guernsey, Jersey, and other British Islands, 1 ; total, 3G01. 

Census by Religion.- Church of England, lllG; Church of 
Borne, 15G3 ; Established Church of Scotland, 409 ; Free Clmrch of 
Scotland, 51 ; United Presbyterians, 44; Wesleyan Methclista, 48 ; 
Episcopal Methodists, 277 ; New Connexion Methodists, 2 ; other 
Methodists, 11; Baptists, 40; Protestants, 21; Unitaiians, 1 ; No 
religion, 18; total, 3G01. 

Township OrFiCEUS. —Reeve, D. D. Calvin ; Deputy Reeve, John 
IloUiday'; Councillors — James Ecclcs, Thomas Dawson, Joseph BuUis ; 
Treasurer, John Dawson, jun.; Clerk, George Malono ; linilifT, Wm. 
Randall'; Superintendent of Schools, George Malone. 

Council meets, first Tuesday in each month, at the Town Uall, 
Marysville. 



Barney, Silas 
Barry, Charles A. 
Barry, James 
Barry, James 
Barry, James M. 
Barry, Robert 
Bellyattc, Augustus 
Bennett, Charles 
Bennett, James II. 
Bennett, James S. 
Bennett, John E. 
Bennett, Pliilo D. 
Bennett, Truman S. 
Bennett, Truman S. 
Bcron, Peter 
Blair, Augustus 
Bolton, Richard 
Bowman, Patrick 
Bows, James 
JRoyd, Andrew 





Con. 


Lot. 


Abbott, Anson 


4 


8f 


Abbott, Anson 


5 


8f 


Abbott, Edward 


C 


2f 


Abbott, James 


4 


8f 


Abbott, James 


8 


f 


Abbotl, James 


9 


2f 


Abbott, Samuel 


9 


5f 


Abbott, Samuel 


4 


8 


Abbott, Thomas 


8 


2h 


Achesori, Robert 


9 


9f 


Acton, William, sen. 


9 


Ih 


Acton, William, jun. 


9 


1 


Amond, John 


3 


Ih 


Anderson, John 


14 


2h 


Andersdn, Walter 


14 


2 


Armstrong, Cliarles 


9 


9f 


Baker, Daniel 


8 


4f 


Baker, John 


7 


If 


Banford, Dcvolson 


18 


8h 


Banford, Wells 


18 


8h 



Con. 


Lot. 


16 


Gh 


17 


7 


13 


Ih 


17 


71. 


17 


7 


13 


I 


9 


GK 


G 


6h 





4h 


7 


Gh 


G 


4h 


l)f 


6h 


G 


7f 


7 


Gh 


G 


6h 


12 


If 





2h 


10 


7h 


15 


3 


8 


2f 



310 



TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE ISLAND. 





Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


hoi. 


Boyd, Jncob 


11 


6h 


Connolly, Patrick 


3 


Gf 


Boyd, John 


12 


6b 


Connolly, Terence 


4 


5f 


Boyd, William 


8 


Ih 


Cook, Azel, sen. 


5 


7f 


Brabbant, Augustus 


9 


Gf 


Cook, Azel, jun. 


6 


8f 


Brcaky, John D. 


19 


7 


Cook, Danie 


4 


Of 


Brenky, John R. 


19 


7h 


Cook, Daniel 





9f 


Bricelund, Thomas 


7 


Gf 


Cool, Norman 


G 


7 


Bi-iggs, Absalom 


7 


If 


Cooley, Patrick 


9 


8 


Brown, James 


11 


Ih 


Coulter, Charles 


17 


7h 


Brown, John 


9 


4h 


Coxall, Amelia 


G 


If 


Brown, Michael 


3 


Ih 


Coxall, William 


G 


1 


Brown, Nathaniel 


9 


4 


Coyle, James, sen. 


8 


2f 


Brown, William 


10 


3h 


Coyle, John 


3 


7f 


Buckley, Mrs. Isabella 


14 


lb 


Coyle, John 


• 4 


5f 


Buggy, Bridget 


6 


9h 


Crainc, Thomas 


4' 


If 


Buggy, Patrick 


G 


9h 


Cramer, George 


8 


2h 


BuUars, George 


9 


2h 


Crammond, David 


6 


Ih 


Bullars, John 


9 


If 


Cronkite, Samuel 


4 


3h 


BuUnrs, Joseph 


9 


If 


Cuff, James 


3 


f 


liullars, Joscijli 


10 


If 


Cuff, James 


3 


2f 


Bullars, Robert 


9 


2f 


Cuff, James 


10 


3f 


Bullars, William 


9 


If 


Cummings, Spencer 


10 


3h 


Burke, Ulick 


17 


7h 


Daly, Melville 


17 


Gh 


Burns, Thomas 


5 


4h 


Davis, Albert 


8 


Gf 


Burlon, Tliomas 


7 


4h 


Davis, John 


10 


Gf 


Busrh, John 11. 


U 


10 f 


Davis, John 


11 


7 


Busliey, Abraham 


9 


Oh 


Davis, Nicholas 


7 


3 


Bustard, Arthur 


11 


2h 


Davis, Oliver 


7 


3 


Buster, Adam 


5 


Ih 


Davis, Richard 


7 


3f 


Cameron, Alpiu 


12 


1 


Dawson, George, 


10 


3f 


Cameron, Kwen 


12 


2 


Dawson, John 


5 


Of 


('ameron, Samuel 


12 


Ih 


Dawson, John, jun. 


10 


4f 


Campbell, John 


10 


3 


Dawson, Patrick 


10 


af 


Casey, John 


13 


2f 


Dawson, Richard 


10 


3f 


Casey, I'atrick 


13 


2f 


Dawson, William 


o 





Cassidy, Peter 


13 


3f 


Deanc, Alexander 


:t 


Gf 


Cavanagh, James 


9 


2f 


Deaiie, Nelson 


5 


Gf 


Charles, John F. 


a 


Gf 


Deanc, Nelson 


G 


9 


Charles, Samuel 


8 


Gh 


Dee, John 


5 


Gh 


Clarke, William 


7 


5h 


Devereaux, Nicholas 


8 


8f 


Comer, John, sen. 


17 


Gh 


Devlin, I'rancis 


9 


•8h 


Comer, John, jun. 


17 


G 


Devlin, Patrick 


9 


8f 


Comerford, Iiliclmel 


5 


Gh 


Dillon, Patrick 


8 


Ih 


Coiiley, Tliomas 


4, 


5f 


Dixon, John 


18 


8h 


Connolly, Patrick 


3 


2 


Uohcrty, James 


10 


2h 



TOWNBHIl' or WOLFE ISLAND. 



ill 



Dolan, William 
Douoghue, Daniel P. 
Doran, William 
Dout, Xavier 
Dowthwaite, George 
Doyle, John 
Ducey, William 
Duffy, Patrick 
Duggan, George 
Eaves, John 
Eccles, Alfred 
Ecclcs, Dexter 
EUerbeck, Richard A. 
Elliott, William 
Ellis, George 
Ellis, Ulram 
Elmer, Lewis 
Ewill, William 
Fargo, Meritt 
Fawcett, Alex. 
Ferguson, William 
Ferner, Edward, sen. 
Fcrner, Edward, jun 
Fitzgerald, Barington 
Fitzgerald, Daniel 
Flynn, John 
Flytin, Matthew 
Flynn, Michael 
Ford, James 
Forbes, Andrew 
Forbes, Charles 
Forbes, Samuel 
Forbes, Thomas 
Frascr, Alexander 
Friend, John 
GaUigan, Thomas 
Gardiner, Samuel 
Garrison, Garret 
George, Mrs. Betsey 
Gibson, David 
Gibson, James 
"Gilfillan, James 
Gillesiiie, Robert 
Gillow, Samuel 
Goodliffe, Charles 
Graham, David 



Lot. Con. L 

5h Grant, Donald 9 

2h Grant, Peter B. 9 

4h Grant, Peter B., jiui. 9 
5h Grant, Isabella 10 

8h Grey, James 13 

1 f Grey, John 12 . 

Oh Grey, ifichael 12 

Ih Griffin, Denis 8 

2h Griffin, Patrick S 

Ih Grimshaw, Thomas 5 

7 f Grimshaw, AVilliam 3 
7f Grimshaw, William 4 

8 f Grundle, Edward 5 
Ih llackett, Archibald 7 
Ih llackett, Eliphalet 7 
7h Hackett, Thomas 7 
Gh Hall, James 15 
3h Hallett, Watson S. 20 
1 f Hamilton, George 6 
3h Ilanlon, Michael 8 
7 Ilarringtoo, Brinard 17 
Gf Harris, John J. 12 
G Uarris, Luther 12 
7h Harris, Luther 12 
Gh Harris, Thomas 10 
8h Harris, William 12 
6h Hawkins, John, sen. 7 
111 Hawkins, John, sen. 8 
Ih Hawkins, John, jun. 8 
2h llays, Robert 
2 Helmcr, Gorden 
2 Helmer, Philip 
2h Helmer, William 
lb Hemstrect, P. J. 
3li Ilendtrsou, William 

5 4h Hcnnessy, Patrick 
9 4f Hcnnessy, Wdliam 
IG 4 Heron, John 

9 5h Ilinkley, Coleman, sen 
7 8h Ilinkley, Coleman, jnn 

11 2h Hinklcy, Delos 
18 Gh Hinklcy, Dexter 
21 Oil Hitchcock, Samuel 

4 2h Hogan, Thomas, sen. 

9 3h Hogan, Thomas, jun. 

10 3hl HoUiday, H. E. 



Con. 

5 
15 

5 



9 

7 
20 

5 

3 

4 

3 

3 

G 
12 


8 
4 

10 
8 

11 

18 
5 
5 

10 

10 

18 
G 

13 
5 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 



21 
21 

7 

20 
7 
8 

17 

in 

8 
8 
8 
8 
7 

14 
14 
20 



4f 
9f 
4h- 
4h- 

2!v 
2 
2 

2h 
10 f 
If 
If 
4h 
3f 
3h 
3U 
2h 
9h 
Ih 
7f 
4h 

1 

2h 

3h 

2h 

f.f 

5f 

5f 

Ih 

9 

!lh 

o 

7h 
If 
Ih 
GU 
8f 
12h 
11 
lU 
12 f 
lOh 
Ih 
1 
7h 



312 



TOWNSHIP or WOLFE ISLAND. 



Ilollidav, Jolm 
Home, J.imcs 
Home, John 
Ilornc, John 
Home, John, jnn. 
'Home, Nicholas W. 
Home, Thomas D. 
Hornc, Thomas 1). 
Home, William J. 
Hutchison, George 
Hyde, Michael 
Irvine, John 
Irvine, Richard 
Jeffcrs, Lawrence 
Johnson, John 
Johnson, Lawreuce 
Johnson, Michael 
Jones, Jauics 
Joslin, Ebenezcr 
Joslin, llichard 
Joy, Truxton M. 
Kavauap;h, James 
Keaue, Jolui 
Keane, Terence 
Kecgan, James 
Kcegaii, Michael 
Keel, Teter 
Keill, Alexander 
KeiU, Lewis 
Kelly, Patrick 
Keys, George 
Keys, Thomas 
Keys, M'illiani 
King, Patrick 
Kinjr, Thomas 
Kirk, Michael 
Kirk, Patrick 
Kirk, Thomas 
Kirk])atrick, James 
Kirkpatrick, John 
Knapp, Frederick 
Kniipp, James 
Knapp, John 
Kyle, Joseph 
Lafleiir, Peter 



Cou. Lot, 

IG Ih Laird, James 

6 7 f Lapish, George 
7 f Lapish, Iliram 
8 Of Lapish, Thomas 

20 7 Larkiu, Mrs. Bridget 

G 3h Larkin, John 

7 9 f Leech, Thomas 

8 12 f Leonard, Patrick 

7 8 f Longhurst, John 

8 5h Loughliu, Arthur 

17 7 Lotighlin, James 
14 4 f Loughlin, llichnrd 
IG 5h Lucas, H. 

4 4h Lyons, Patrick 
G Gh Lyons, Patrick 
7 7h McAllister, George 

7 lOh Mc.-VUister, George 
8U McCnfferty, James 

19 9h McCarthy, John 

19 9h McClaren, Hugh 

18 51 McClary, Daniel 

8 1 McCrcady, John 

5 Ch McCready, Thomas 

6 5h McDermot, Patrick 
8 7 f McDonald, Alex. J. 

8 7 f McDonald, Mrs. Oath. 

3 10 f McDonald, Daniel J. 

4 lOh McDonald, Donald 

4 10 McDonald, Donald C. 

9 7h McDonald, Donald D. 
10 4 f McDonald, Donald H. 

9 4 f McDonald, Donald H. 

10 5 f McDonald, Donald U. 

2h McDonald, Duncan 

9 3h McDonald, George 

8 8h McDonald, Hugh 

8 7f| McDonald, Hugh S. 

5 7 f McDonald, James 
3 1 I McDonald, James 
3 1 ' McDonald, James 

10 CfjMcDonald, John 

10 G f [McDonald, John S. 

10 GfjMcDonald, John W. 

9 4 f I McDonald, Margaret 
14 Ih I McDonald, Mrs. Nancy 13 



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9 


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TOWNSIIlr OF WOLFE ISLAND. 



McDonald, Patrick 
McDonald, R. D. 
McFadden, William 
McGlen, Edward 
McGraw, Peter 
McGreggor, Alex. 
McGreggor, Donald 
McGreggor, D., jnn. 
McGreggor, John 
McGreggor, Peter 
McGreggor, Roderick 
McKanna, Bernard 
McLennan, Hugh 
McRae, Duncan 
McRac, James 
Mcllac, Wjir 
McRae, SVeir 
Mackie, George' 
Mackie, John 
Mahony, Denis 
Marlow, Iliram 
Marlow, James 
Marlow, Peter 
Marsh, George 
Marshall, John 
Martin, James 
Marti]), James 
Mateer, James, sen. 
Mateer, James, jun. 
Mateer, John 
Matthews, Matthew 
Mitchel, Franklin 
Mitchel, William 
Mitchel, William 
Montgomery, John 
Moran, David 
Moran, Patrick 
Morgan, George 
Morris, John 
Morrison, Robert 
Mosicr, Samuel 
Mosier, William 
Mosure, Nicholas 
Muehian, John 
Mulligan, James 



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21 

7 

5 

14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
14 
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16 
3 
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10 
11 
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,ot. 

Ch Mulvahill, Patrick 
5 f Murdock, Alexander 
8h Murphy, Edward 
7b Murphy, John 
4h Murphy, Patrick 
3 f Murphy, Terence 
3 f Murray, Charles 
3 Murray, George 
3 Nolan, WiUiam 
3 f Northup, Henry 
3 O'Brien, James 
4h O'Brien, Michael 
lb O'Neill, Patrick 
2h Onwin, John 
1 f Palmer, Francis 
3h Patchen, Hezckiah 
3 f Patchen, Hezekiah 
2h Patchen, George M. 
9h Payne, Robert 
lb Percy, Alexander 
9 Percival, Henry 
Oh Percy, Alexander 
9 Perrigo, Henry 
3 f Perry, Daniel 
Ih Pettingal, BeniRmin 
Ch Phair, Thomas 
4h Pike, Cornelius 
1 f 1 Pike, John 
Gf Potvin, Andrew 
lb Pooke, Charles 
lb Pooke, Charles 
Ch Pritcbard, Henry 
71i Quigley, Patrick 
8 Randall, William 
G f Ranus, George E. 
, Ih Rattray, Reuben 
4h Rattray, William 
7h Rector, Nicholas 
2h Reed, Peter 
4b Rielly, Mrs. Rose 
3 f Rielly, Mrs. Rose 

2 f Rogers, James 

3 f Rogers, James, sen. 
9 f Rogers, Thomas 

3 Ross, Henry 



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4 
13 
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9 
13 
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11 
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314 



TOWNSHIP OF WOLFE ISLAND. 



Ross, John 
Ross, John 
lloss, Robert 
Ross, Simon 
Ryan, John 
Ryan, John 
Ryan, Matthew 
Ryan, Philip 
Ryan, William 
Samons, Isaac 
Sanions, Joseph 
Samons, Matthew 
Samons, Uriah 
Shea, Mrs. Ann 
Sluman, Arnold 
Sluraan, Gilbert 
Sluman, Henry 
Smith, Edward 
Smith, John 
Smith, Thomas 
Smithers, William, 
Smithers, William, 
Snider, Abraham 
Snider, J. R. 
Snider, Tobias II. 
Spinning, Damon 
Spinning, Edwin 
Spoor, Morey 
Steel, George 
Steel, William 
Stewart, George 
Stokes, George 
Stokes, Robert 
Stokes, Thomas 
Stokes, Thomas 
Stokes, Thomas 
Suds, William 
Sullivan, Francis 
Sullivan, Patrick 
Tarrant, John 
Tairant, Thomas 
Ternon, Thomas 
Tomlin, John 



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Trainer, James 


5 


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7 


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5 


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Troy, John, sen. 


4 





Troy, John, jun. 


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4 


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lo 


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Vaness, Philip • 


8 


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Walker, Henry 


9 


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Walker, Payson ' 


10 


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Walsh, Michael 


7 


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Walsh. W. 


8 


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Walton, Colemam 


7 


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Walton, Perry 


7 


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Walton, Robert/ 


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Watkins, Charles I,. 


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Whalen, Daniel' 


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COUNTY OF 



LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



■ m r. „.„ nf T ennox an'\ Addington is bounded on the north by 
and Addington. _ ^^J^^^'^^^ ^„j Addington were formed into one 



Counties Council, and _ Aildiugton cui.- 

couuty, and Napanee was made the seat o. jns ce. A g 

and Richmond. 

■ The following is a list of the Reeves ""^^DoP^ty^eeve, for the 
County of Lennox and Addington, for the year 18G5 .- 

, . . ,.. lUeve Dcputy-Recve. 

NnmeofMumcipaUty. '"S''^- 

Adolphustown Jotn P. Dorland 

Amh^rstisiand ... ^-r^A^^U::: ^:::::^ , 
•|:l!:denEa;t-::::.... i-^^^^-^— ^:t^. 

Ernesttown ■•,•'■,■ in i- i? ,!„„,■ 

.^-^-:^^^-si.. ^;Ka!Jf^"^ ::::::::::::■•■ ■ 

•KaladaraudAnglesea.. ^^SI^^^:^ /: Wm.-McGilUvray. 
N/P^nc^ JohnD.Ham ... 

K3::::.;v:::::Thomassexsmith. 



Ncwburgh, . , .rK"::,„"/s7«mith .... Robert Dennison. 



Sheffield 



Ebcnczer Perry 



Patrick McMnllau- 



--^* .''=^?s rs/c,,r;,.;;rs^^^^ 



Edmond Hooper ; Surgeon 
Engineer, Marcus Parrott 



316 



COUNTY Of LENNOX AND ADDINCTON. 



County OfEcers, County Grand Orange Lodge of Lennoi and 
Addington, for 1865, 



S. S. Madden 

Edward Jones 

William Hannah. . . . 
Alex. C. Davis .... 
Rev. Jno. May, M.A. 
William Burgoyne . . 
Bowen Aylesworth . . 



County Master Napanee. 

" Deputy do Newburgh. 

" Treasurer Centreville. 

" Secretary Napanee. 

" Chaplain Clark's Mills. 

" Proxy Clark's Mills. 

" Director of Ceremonies. Newburgh. 



LIST or LODGES IN THE COUNTY. 



No. 
C3Q 
814 
870 

1173 
3S8 
C72 

1148 
GCO 
178 
368 
.532 

'728 
75G 
783 
159 
431 
453 
•130 



W. M. 
J. E. Cooper .. 
William Baird . . 
Joshua Cadman. 
James D. Gait.. 
Jamc3 Roncy. . . 
D. L. Wood . . . 
David Anicy . . . 
Anson Peters. . . 
Alex. Gordon. . . 
Wm. Burgoyne . 
James Martin . . 
Chester Piles. . . 
William Hannah 
Anth'ny^IcMuUi 
Alex. Hazard. . . 
Tho3. Fiiigland . 
Robert Adair. . , 
James Williams, 



52'1 Thomas Girven . 



562 
723 



John Godfrey . . 
W. JIcFaul . . . . 



1113 John Busby 



Night of Meeting. 
2nd Tuesday, . 
1st Monday . . 
2nd Tuesday. . 
2nd Tuesday. . 
2nd Monday. . 
1st Tuesday . . 
1st Monday . . 
1st Friday. . . . 
2nd Friday . . . 
1st Monday . . 
1st Thursday. . 
2nd Monday . . 
1st Tuesday . . 
n 2nd Monday . . 
Ist Tuesday . . 
1st Friday. . . . 
Ist Thursday.. 
1st Monday . . 

{Ist Monday be- 
fore full Moon 
1st Friday. . . . 
Ist Saturday . . 

{1st Friday be- 
fore full Moon 



Township. 

Bath 

N. Fredbgh . 

S. Fredbgh.. 

N. Fredbgh. 

Napanee. . . . 

Erncsttown... 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Camden East 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Do. 

Sheffield. 

Camden East 

Sheffield. 

Camden East 



:i 



p. 0. Address. 

Bath 

Lennox. 

Parma. 

Gretna. 

Napanee. 

Mill Haven. 

Do. 

Wilton. 

Odessa. 

Clark's Mills. 

Yarker. 

Newburgh. 

Centreville. 

Newburgh. 

Tamworth. 

Enterprise. 

Tamworth. 

Croydon. 



Richmond.;. Roblin. 



Kennebec. . . 
Sheffield. . . . 

Ido 



Clear Valley.' 
Osborne. 

Lime Lake. 



N 



COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 



337 



POST OFFICES, COUNTY OF ADDINGTON. 

PostOmcc. Post Master. Township. 

Baldwin . Gordon P. York Camden East. 

S W. J. Fairfield Emesttown 

Camden East ... Samuel Clark Ca-den East. 

Tpntreville . James N. Lapum ^°- 

Ckreview .. Samuel C. McDonnell . . Sheffi^''^. 

CoXok::,... Charles P Warner .... Camden East. 

Croydon ^/^ ?,';Yin"'"'' Amherst Island. 

Fmcrald ... John Uitchm i; , ,;.„,, 

Enterprise: Robert Graham ^tS 

PrinsviUe .... Patrick Walsh bhcn.eiu. 

Hinton ...... Charles K. -lint M"J-- 

Glastonbury James A 

Kaladar E.F.Dunham .... 

Mill Haven ... George B. lorward 

Morven Daniel Hcmvood .. 

Moscow Zara Vanluven .... 

Newburgh Robert Hope ^9. 

n,lf..sa r. S. Tinimerman Lrncs,.own. 

SF------ ^SSlli^-' ■■■::■■ SSS-. 

^K"*- ••.,•, r.,u in W Miller Ernesltown. 

Switzer\nllc . . . . Cahm W. Winer ci.r-ffield. 

Tamworth Robert llcrehmer |'~„,, 

Wilton . . Sydney Warner V, , v ct 

Yarker ::;::::: j'A.SWbley Camden East. 



A. James Do. 

Do. 



Ernesttown. 

Do. 

Camden East. 

Do. 



POST 

Post Oflico. 
Adolphustown . . 

Conway 

Gosport 

Hamburgh .... 

Leinster 

lienuox 

Mill Point 

Parma 

Eoblin 

Sandhurst 

Selby 



OFFICES, COUNTY OF LENNOX. 

Post Master. Township. 

J.J.Watson Adolphustown 

Ed' ard Howard ^f^T Jowlf' 

Nicholas Bogart ^^'P^?\' ?, M, 

A. D. Fraser Frederick burgh. 

Michael Jordan }^''r"'l tunr^I, 

John C.Lucas Frcderiekburgh. 

j:ro"=^■::.^^:.■ ~»,.. 

David Wartman Richmond. 



318 COUNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDTNGTON. 

KETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD. 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE COUNTY OF 
LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 

•Occupiers of lands — total 2829 

10 acres and under 0<i 

10 " to 20 • 49 

20 " to 50 502 

50 " to 100 1320 

■ 100 " to 200 70li 

200 " and upwards 1 5tt 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 309713 

" uuder cultivation 1G2560 

" " crops -. 105755 

" " pasture 54305 

" " gardcus and orchards 2500 

Wood and wild lands 147153 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 6008736 

" " farming implements 291313 

" " gardens and orchards 46335 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers . . 7013 

Fall wheat — acres 566 

bushels 5803 

Spring wheat — acres 18260 

bushels 318612 

Barley — acres 7977 

bushels 203859 

Ilyc — acres 13C36 

" bushels 199876 

Peas— acres 13890 

" bushels 239034 

Oats— acres 14905 

" bushels 41875G 

Buckwheat — acres 4332 

bushels 79563 

Indian corn — acres ; 2012 

bushels 54334 

Potatoes — acres 3117 

" bushels 266264 

Turnips — acres 226 

bushels 36129 

Carrots— bushels 30678 

Mangel wurzel — bushels 9733 

Beans " 961 



COtJNTY OF LENNOX AND ADDINGTON. 315 

Clover, timothy, and other grass sceds-busheU •••••■•• 320^10 

Hay— tons ; _ 1736 

Hops— lbs ■ . 4594 

Flax and hemp— lbs 

LIVE STOCK. 

2131' 
Bulls, oiicn, and steers ij^ggg 

Milch coiys _ ... 10443 

Calves and heifers ■ ■ 8077 

Horses, over three years old 483902 

Value of same, in dollars 2662 

Colts and fillies " 3263 

Sheep : '. ., 109i7 

Pigs •,■•■■• J li ■« 1024963 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

866538 

Butter— lbs 44200 

Cheese— lbs 158016' 

Maple sugar— lbs 21349 

Cider— gallon !lG551 

Wool— lbs • ■ ■ , 16630 

Fulled cloth— yards '.'.'.'..... 377U3 

Flannel— yards 276 

Linen- yards ■• 2307 

Beef-in barrels of 200 lbs ^239 

Pork " '' ;■..■.,. 103 

Fish— salted in barrels 410 

Carriages kept for pleasure ' 23495 

Value of same in dollars 32 

Carriages kept for hire ] 13U 

Value of same, in dollars 

CENSUS BV On,G,N.-England and WaUs 895 ; Scot.nd- g| ; 

Ireland, 3738; N«t>lf .^^ ^!""'^3^'82t NovrsUia Vd Prince 
French origin, 119; ""''^^utwick 8 ; Newfoundland, 3; West 
Edward's Island 3; ^ " ^;"" ^''q ",„". States, and Holland, 32 ; 
• Indies, 3 ; East Ind.es, ' > ^^^^ .X"d,n and Norway, 2 ; Russia 
France. 8 ; Spam and ro.tugal, 1 • ^""^ jj^;^;^!, igi^^js, 6 ; all 

"f ^tc'e's V- at7«"7; not"k ow. 2 ■ total. 28002. 

other places, 8 , at sea, 1 . ^^ 

Census dv R''-"«V°'!.T.^ Tnf ScoS'W ; Fr c Church of 

Rome, 4351; l^^l^W'^^-^^p ^^^'J^^ ;.i",^3^7f2^tw^^^^^^^^ Methodists, 
Scotla,>d, .932 ; Umted Presbyteuans 1120 , ^^^.^_^y^^ 3^ . 

£^I.Sffil,^7^'; BSS^sfLutberans. 73; Con.regat.on- 



320 



TOWNSIIIl' OP ADOLPHOSTOWN. 



iilists, 12; Quakers, 188; Bible Christians, r>6 ; Protestants, 71; 
Disciples, 4 ; Jews, I" ; Universalists, 113 ; Unitarians, 7 ; Mormons, 
2 ; No Religion, 54 ; Religion unknown, 02 ; others not classed, 146 ; 
total, 28002. 

Personal Census by TowNsmrs. — Adolphustown, 801 ; Am- 
lierst Island, 1270; Camden East, 751G; Denhigh and Abinger, 
175; Ernesttown, 5450; Frcdericksburgh, 33/0; Kaladar and An- 
glesea, 12GG; Napance Village, 1773; Richmond, 3450; ShetHeld, 
2925 ; Total, 28002. 



TOWNSHIP OF ADOLPHUSTOWN. 



The township of Adolphustown lies in the south western portion of 
the county of Lennox, is tri-angnlar in shape, being bounded on the 
south and west by the Bay of Quinto, and on the north east by the 
townships of north and south Fredericksburgh, and at its south 
western extremity is a Ferry across the Bay to I'rincc Edward Island. 
Tlie laud is gcnemlly rolling, the soil a stiff loam or clay, and the 
timber principally hardwood, with a little pine. There are some good 
farms in the township, and it commenced settling about the year 
17S4, land being obtainable at that time for n shilling an acre. It 
rose gradually in value, and in 1817 was stated to be worth for cleared 
land, four pounds per acre. In 1850 the township contained G90 
inhabitants, and 801 in ISGI. The crop of 1849 produced 11,000 
bushels of wheat, 7,800 bushels of rye, 8,000 bushels of peas, 4,000 
pounds of wool, 4,7OU0 jiounds of cheese, and 7,600 pounds of butter. 
Below we give abstract of agricultural report from last census : 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
ADOLPHUSTOWN. 

Occupiers of laud — total 89 

10 acres and under 10 

10 acres to 20 1 

20 " 50 3 

50 " 100 3(i 

100 " 200 30 

200 '• and upwards S 



TOWNSHIP OF ADOLPHUSTOWN. 



32 i 



LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 11820 

Amount under cultivatlou ■ 8705 

** crops 0171 

" - pasture •■ 2178 

" gardens and orchards 35G 

Wood and wild lands 3U5 

Cash value of farms iu dollars 385950 

" farming implements .■ 1G051 

" produce of gardens and orchards 4171 

Fall wheat — acres 1^ 

bushels 140 

Spring wheat — acres C87 

" bushels 11341 

Barley — acres ■1-14 

" bushels 12268 

Rye — acres 1068 

" bushels 17'4(J'- 

Peas — acres -^'■"' 

" bushels -''^11 

Oats — acres ^^"^ 

" bushels 13059 

Buckwheat — acres -°-j_ 

•• bushels '^^l' 

Indian corn — acres '^ 

bushels 200G 

Potatoes — acres 108 

bushels 10245 

Turnips — acres - 

" bushels 300 

Carrots— bushels 1^10 

Mangel wurzel — bushels 320 

Beans — bushels '0 

Clover, timothy and other grass-seeds — bushels 215 

Hay— tons "06 

Hops— lbs 20 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and Steers ^■^ 

Milch cows "^ll 

Calves and heifers 379 

Horses, over three years old ^348 

Value of same in dollars 27C15 

Colts and fillies 1-13 

Sheep ICSG 

21 



f 



322 



•lowNsirn- Of ArjOLi-iiLsrowN. 



Pig3 425 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 50806 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES 

Butter— lbs 38575 

Cheese— lbs 3175 

Maple sugar — lbs 5300 

Cider— gallons S517 

Wool— lbs 4947 

Fulled cloth— yards :.... 585 

Flannel — yards ; 1G30 

Linen — yards 40 

Beef— in barrels of 200lb3 86 

Pork— •• " 354 

Fish salted in barrels 5'J 

Carriages kept for pleasure 2 

Value of same in dollars 140 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 47 ; Scotland, G ; Ire- 
land, 47 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, G57 ; French origin, 
16; United States, 22; Guernsey, Jersey and other British Islimds, 
6; Total, 801. 

Census by Religion. — Church of England, 198; Church of 
Rome, 55; Free Church of Scotland, 17; United Presbyterians, 6; 
Wesleyan Methodists, 375 ; Episcopal Methodists, 52 ; Quakers, 15 ; 
Protestants, G-1 ; UniTersalista, 1 1 ; Unitarians, 2 ; no religion, G ; 
Total, 801. 

Township Officers. — Council meets at the Town Hall, Adol- 
phustown. Reeve, J. P. Borland. Councillors — J. J. Watson, Philip 
Dorland, E. II. Curlett, A. N. Ilerniance ; Treasurer, S. W. Trum- 
Dour; Clerk, Feter D. Davis; Assessors — Daniel Daverne, S. D. 
ilaight ; Collector, John Cutwater ; Constable, Joseph Johnston. 





Con. 


Lot. 




Con. Lot. 


Adams, James 




1 


Bogart, John 


6 


Allen, JIary 




27h 


Bogart, Lewis L. 


4 


Allen, Parker 


1 19,20 


Bogart, Mortimer C. 


4 


Allison, Joseph B. 




17 


Bogart, Nicholas 


•1 1 


Allison, J. B. jun. 




17 


Bogart, Nicholas J. 


4 


Allison, Henry 




17 


Bogart, Thomas 


5 20,21 


Allison, S. B. 




17 


Bowman, David 


2 13,14 


Bailey, William 
Bogart, Abraham 






Bowman, William 


2 13,14 


4 


1 


Burnip, William 


5 17,18 


Bogart, A. D. 


4 




Campbell, Mary 




Bogart, Gilbert 


4 




Casey, Thomas W. 


4 21,25 



\ 



T0WN8HJP Of AnOLPIIUSTOW.V. 



32;« 





Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Chalmers, James 


1 


TP 


Huyck, Augustus 


4 




Chalmers, Peter 


2 


30 


lluyck, Ben. 


4 18,19 


Chalmers, Thomas 


2 


30 


Iluyek, John 


5 15,16 


Clark, Ephraim 


5 




Huyck, Paul 


5 15,16 


Clark, Joseph 


5 




Johnston, Joseph 


2 


26 


Cole, Conrad B. 


4 


13 


Johnston, Neil 


2 




Cole, II. B. 


4 


13 


Johnston, Samuel 


2 


26 


Cole, William R. 


4 


13 


Jucl, John 


2 28,27 


Coles, John 


1 


13 


Katon, Stewart 


2 13,14 


Conway, John 




22 


Kerr, Richard 


2 


TP 


Conway, William 


2 


11 


Kerr, Tobias 


2 


TP 


Cousins, Thomas 


1 


14 


Lealy, Charles 


5 




Crouch, William 


2 




Lealy, Henry 






Dafoe, D. 


3 


25 


Lindsey, John 


4 


23 


Dafoe, Zenas 


3 


24 


Long, Richard 


4 




Daverne, Daniel 


1 


16 


Long, Samuel 


4 22,23 


Daverne, Daniel 


1 


16 


McConkey, James 


1 


18 


Daverne, Richard 


1 


16 


McCormicU, James 


1 




Dorland, John P. 


2 




McGee, William 


5 




Drury, Charles 


4 




McGilvcry, John 


3 


f 


Drury, John 


4 


14 


McGilvery, John, jun. 


3 26,27 


Dulmage, Jamea 


3 


26 


McHcnry, Jamea 


5 


19 


Fournier, Andrew 


3 


IGh 


McIIenry, John 


6 


IS 


Fournier, John 


3 


16 


McMurran, James 


4 


13 


Fournier, Joseph 


3 


16 


McMurran, John 


4 


13 


German, George 


4 




McWhirtcr, David 










' 22 


McWhirtor, David 




22 


German, George M. 


*ll23 


Mallory, Ira 


3 


15 


German, John 






Manson, Emanuel 


5 


14 


Ilaight, Arnold 


4 


22 


Membcry, Amos 




21 


Haight, Samuel D. 


4 


22 


Membery, Giles 




2! 


Harding, Rev. R. 


1 


TP 


Murdoff, Charles 




14 


Harris, Thomas 


4 


21 


Murdoff, George 




14 


Harrison, Edward 






Murdoff, Philip 




14 


Harrison, John 


1 


15 


Murdoff, William 




14 


Hart, James 


2 


27 


Parks, James P. 






Hart, Russell 


2 




Parks, Moses 






Ilaslitt, Alexander 


3 


25 


Parks, Philander 




13 


Haslitt, Robert 


3 




Piersou, Leonard 




21 


Hermance, Andrew 


4 




Pollard, Joseph 






Ilermance Augustus 


4 


24 


Pollard, Nathan 




h 


Hill, John P. 


2 28,29 


Pull, James 




TP 


Holmes, Rebecca 




h 


Pull, William 




TP 


Hoover, Samuel C. 


1 


15 


Putnam, Dallis 






Howard, Edward 


1 


14 


Koblin, Jacob 




19 



t 



f 

t 



32-1 



TOWNSHIP OF AMHERST ISLAND. 



Rutnn, Elisha 
Rutnii, Mnttliew 
Riitter, Alexander 
Kuttcr, John 
Smith, David 
Smith, Thomas 
Straton, Alfred 
Straton, John 
Thompson, ^YiUiam 



Con. 
2 

1 
3 

.3 
2 
4 
4 

4 
2 



Lot. 
1,5 
18 
Rf 



24 

121 
IC 



Tighe, Michael 
Trumpour, John 
Trumpour, Paul 
Trumpour, Paul 
Trumpour, S. W. 
Wnmsley, Andrew 
Watson, J. J. 
Weeks, Richard 



Con. Lot, 



( 



2 31,32 

3 f 
2 

5 13,14 
1 21,22 

4 21 



TOWNSHIP OF AMHEEST ISLAND. 



Amherst Island, formerly called Isle of Tanti by the French, is 
a large island containing about 52,000 acres, and situated in Lake 
Ontario, and separated from the township of Erncsttown by the Bay 
of Quiut^. It was originally granted to Sir John Johnstone, for mili- 
tary services, and the first settlements were made about the year 1780. 
The principal portion of the island was owned &}. one time by the Earl 
of Mountcashel, but was afterwards sold off in lots to farmers. The 
most of the laud is of good quality, and there are many excellent 
farms on the island, well stocked and improved. By the last census 
the island contained 1210 inhabitants, and the following abstract shows 
the amount of agricultural products : — 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
AMHERST ISLAND. 

Occupiers of lands — total 144 

10 acres and under 3 

20 acres to 50 44, 

50 " 100 59 

100 " 200 34 

200 " and upwards 4 

LANDS AND PRODVCE. 

Amount held in acres 14403 

" under cultivation 10921 

•t crops COOZ 

" pasture 42.52 

" gardens and orchards ,.... C7 



t 



TOWNSHIP OF AMHERST ISLAND. 



325 



Wood and wild lands 3182 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 317544 

" agricultural implements 1C5G1 

" produce of gardens and orchards 501 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers 3G0 

Fall wheat — acres 1 

" bushels 10 

Spring wheat — acres 1887 

bushels 3U531 

Barley — acres 987 

" bushels .' 25193 

Rye — acres 350 

" bushels 4397 

Peas — acres 434 

" bushels 11490 

Oats — acres 1373 

" bushels 34422 

Buckwheat — acres 45 

'■ bushels 818 

Indian corn — acres H-i 

" bushels 487<> 

Potatoes — acres 238 

bushels 21780 

Turnips — bushels 50 

Carrots— bushels , 920 

Mangel wurzel — bushels 220 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds 3 

Hay — tons 55G 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 4G 

Milch cows 550 

Calves and heifers 3C5 

Horses over three years old 434 

Value of same in dollars 2723G 

Colts and fillies 154 

Sheep 1908 

Pigs CG5 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 58912 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter— lbs 183G0 

Cheese— lbs 188 

Wool— lbs 7265 

Fulled cloth— yards 170 



+ 



326 



TOWNSHIP or AMHERBT ISLAND. 



Flannel — yards 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs. 
Pork, 



988 
45 
154 



Censi's dy Origin. — England and AViiles, 31 ; Scotland, 13 ; Ire- 
land, 3SS ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 825 ; United 
States, 11; Prussia, German States and Holland, 1; Sweden and 
Norway, 1.— Total, 12/0. 

Census by Religion. — Church of Rome, 277 ; Established 
Church of Scotl.ind, 4 ; Free Church of Scotland, 97 ; United Pres- 
byterian, GOG ; Wesleyan Methodists, 51 ; Episcopal Methodists, 321 ; 
Qu.akers, 1 ; Protestants, 7 ; others, not classed, 6. — Total, 1270. 

TowNSiiir Offickrs. — Council meets at the Town Hall, Stella 
P. 0., first Saturday in each month. Reeve, William Perceval. 
Councillors — Robert Patterson, David Girvin, Charles Howard, Ar- 
thur Uitchins. Treasurer, William Wemp ; Clerk, Patrick Granger ; 
Assessor, John Gibson j Collector, Nelson Instant ; Constable, James 
Montgomery. 

Con. Lot. 

Brcckenrldge, Alex, 3 G5h 

Brcden, Mrs. 1 12h 
Brown, John, sen. aud 

John,jun. 3 74h 

Brown, Thos. L. 1 18 f 

Brown, Samuel 1 54h 

Brown, Samuel 3 74h 

Brown, William 1 23 f 
Burleigh, Robert, James 

and Lyndhurst 3 G8h 

Carpenter, William 1 1 

Carter, Benjamin 1 1 

Caton, William 2 3 

Caughey, Alex. 1 Ih 

Clarke, William 1 17h 

Clute, Frazer G. 1 Ch 

Cochrane, Thomas 2 Sh 
Cochrane, Thomas and 

Richard 2 8h 

Cochrane, William. 3 81h 

Cochrane, William 3 81h , 

Cooper, John and Wm. 3 78h 

Corrin, Archibald 2 55h 

Corrin, David 1 13h 

Costello, Luke 1 Ch 

Cotter, Patrick 1 1 
Cousins, Mrs. Grace and 

Henry 2 G 





Con. 


Lot. 


Adrian, Jlrs. Alice 


2 bloc 


k Ah 


Adrian, Hugh 


2 bloc 


k Ah 


Adrian, James 


2 block A h 


Adrian, John 


2 block A h 




Con. 


Lot. 


Allan, Edward 


1 


If 


Allan, George C. 


1 


12h 


Anderson, John 


3 


7Gh 


Andrews, David 


1 


If 


Ashlan, Peter 


2 


G5h 


Ashley, Josiah 


2 


52h 


Askiu, Alexr. ,^ Robt. 3 71,73h 


Bailey, Samuel 


2 


151h 


Baker, George 


3 


70h 


Baker, J. & G. 


3 


70h 


Baker, Jacob 


2 


G5h 


Baker, James 


2 


03 


Baker, Robert 


1 


21 


Baker, William 


3 


70h 


Barry, David 


1 


9, 8f 


Barry, James 


1 


8f 


Beaubien, Francis 


3 


72h 


Beaubicn, Joseph 


1 


12h 


Beaubien, L. 


3 


83h 


Beggs, Thomas 


2 


19h 


Blayney, Donald 


1 


5ih 


Bray, Charles 


3 Nut Is- 




land h 



e 



to-wnship 


OF AMIIEUET ISLAND. 




327 


Coo. 


Lot, 


C 


on. 


Lot. 


Cousins, William 


1 


3h 


Gorinly, Thomas 


1 


8h 


Crowney, Mrs. C. 


3 


77h 


Grainger, Patrick 





C5h 


Crow, John 


1 


Ih 


Grattan, Alexander 


3 


8h 


Cunningham, George 


1 


Ih 


Grattan, Daniel 


2 


Uh 


Dempster, James 


1 


20 


Guincss, Mrs. M. 


I 


1 21'. 


Denis, Thomas, James 






Hamilton, Robert 


2 


55h 


and Wilham 


2 


04 


Henderson, David 


2 


I5h 


Duffin, Robert 


2 


GOh 


Henderson, James 


2 


15h 


Ericn, Joseph 


1 


12 


Henderson, John 


') 


18h 


Felston, David & Hugh 


13G 


,34 


Henderson, Mrs. 


2 


GCh 


Felston, Hugh 


1 


'3Gh 


Henderson, Robert 





G8h 


Felston, Robert 


1 


3G 


Hill, Andrew 


o 


G 


Finley, David & James 


3 


73h 


Hitehins, Col. John and 






Finley, James, jun. 


3 


73h 


Arthur W. 


1 


19f 


Finley, James & Wm. 


3 


73h 


Hitehins, Richard 


1 


19 


Finley, John, Robert and 




Holmes, Alfred F. 


1 


18 


George 


1 


4 


Howard, Allan 


2 


3 


Fiuuegan, Hugh 


2 


IGh 


Howard, Edward and 






Finnegan, James 


2 


49h 


William 


2 


G4 


Fleniming, James 


3 


79h 


Howard, Geo. and Chas 


2 


Glf 


Flemming, John 


1 


1 


Howard, James 


1 


4f 


Flemming, Robert 


2 


8h 


Howard, John 


1 


11 f 


Flemming, Robert 


3 


.--.Ih 


Howard, William 


1 


f 


Flemming, Samuel and 




Howard, William, J.P. 


2 


3f 


William 


2 


9h 


Instant, Nelson 


1 


15 


Flemming, William 


1 


22b 


Instant, Peter 


1 


59 f 


Fowler, David & Wm. 


I 


7f 


Johnston, James 


1 


3h 


Gclston, William 


1 


19f 


Jelly, John 


3 


78h 


Gibson, Charles 


- 1 


15 


Kerr, Nathaniel 


1 


Ih 


Gibson, John & Alex. 


1 


inh 


Kilty, Martin 


1 


9 


Gibson, John & Alex. 


2 


54 h 


Lark, David 


3 


79ii 


Gibson, Robt. ,t John 


2 


59h 


Lawsoa, David 


1 


Gh 


Gibson, William, sen. 






Lawson, Robert 


1 


2Ch 


and William jun. 


1 20,21b 


Leigh, John 


1 


3 


Girven, David 


2 


12h 


Little, James 


o 


56h 


Girven, David, Samuel 






Little, Patrick & James 


2 


55h 


and Robert 


o 


in. 


McBuvnie, Arthur 


3 


73h 


Girven, Robert 


1 


1 


McCabc, James 


o 


52h 


Glenn, Hugh & Wm. 


1 


5h 


McCabc, John & Richard 2 


COh 


Glenn, Robert 


2 


7h 


McCallister, James 


3 


73 


Glenn, Robert 


o 


52h 


McClemon, William 


3 


73h 


Glenn, Samuel & Wm. 


2 


51h 


McClintock, Joseph 


2 


GGh 


Glcim, William 


2 


49h 


McCormick, Alex. 


o 


l.Oh 


Good, George 


1 


12 


McCormiek, Hugh 


• ) 


58U 


Gorden, Jamea 


3 


75h 


McCormick, James 


2 


63h 



i 



32S 



TOWNSHIP OF AMHEaST ISLAND. 



c 


on. 


Lot. 


jMcCormick, James 


3 


81h 


McCormick, Jno. St Wm 


.1 


28h 


McDonald, John 


1 


16 f 


McDoiiogli, Pliilip 


3 


56h 


AIcFce, Donald 




Ih 


McFadycu, James 


2 


50 


McFadveii, James, juii. 


.3 


71h 


McGiuii, Hugh & Sam. 


3 


75h 


McGiuu, Thomas 


3 


72h 


McGuinness, Nancy 


1 


12h 


McGuinncss, John, J.P 


] 


12 f 


Mcintosh, Rev. James 


1 


Ih 


McKee, Alex. 


1 


Ih 


McKec, David 


2 


50 


McTCee, John 


2 


s-h 


McKenty, Hugh 


1 


15 f 


McKeiity, U. & N. 


1 


54h 


McKenty, Neil 


1 


55 


McKoy, Angus &M'm.R.l 


20 f 


Mci^Iastcr, Francis 


2 


lOh 


McMath, James 


'» 


Ih 


McAIuUin, j-Eneas 


o 


C3h 


McMulKn, Benj.& Allan 1 


5 


McMullin, John & Neil 


1 


2, 3f 


^IcQuoiJ, Jas. & M'm. 


2 


1 


McQuold, ili-s. Susan 






and John 


1 


14h 


McQuoid, William 


1 


2 


McT uggert, Daniel 


2 


C5h 


McVean, Jlrs. Ellen anc 






John 


i 


50h 


McWatcr, Samuel 


1 


IL 


Mahood, George 


o 


80h 


Mandcrs, Richard 


3 


81h 


Mawhonnev, John 


1 


18 


Maxwell, Robert P. 


o 


58 f 


Maxwell, Robert P. 


3 


Slf 


Miller, Adam 


3 


7/h 


Montgomery, James 


2 


7h 


Montgomery, Robert 


i 


1 f 


Moreland, James 


1 


8( 


Moreland, Samuel 


3 


70h 


Moreland, J. 


1 


Ih 


Monow, John, sen. and 






John, juii. 


1 


If 



Con. 
1 



2 



Morrow, John, J. P. 
Morrow, Samuel 
MulhoUaud, David 

Mulligan, Alexander 2 
JMulvennan, Hugh and 

Patrick 1 

Mulvenuan, Owen 1 

Mulvcnnan, Patrick 1 

Murray, Edward 1 
Murray, Thomas and 

Edw'ard 1 

Neilly, James 1 

Nowh''nd, William 2 

O'lliggins, Robert 3 

O'Neil, Patrick 1 

O'Neil, Thos. and John 2 

Paterson, Robert 2 

Patterson, James 1 

Patterson, Hugh 1 

Pcrcival, William, J. P. .1 

Phougle, William 3 

Phougle, William 3 

Polly, John 2 

Polly, Thomas 1 

Preston, D.-\vid, J. P. 1 

Reed, James 3 
Reed, John, sen. and 

John, jun. 2 

Reed, Robert 2 

Reed, Samuel 1 

Reed, William 1 

Uichards, John 2 

Richards, John II., J.P. 2 

Robinson, John 1 

Robiuson, John 3 

Rothwell, Hugh C. 1 
Rothwell, Rev. John and 

Hugh C. 1 

Sanders, John 1 

Scott, Archibald 2 

Scott, Robt. and Wm. 1 

Singleton, Richard 3 

Skene, Capt. Charles 1 

Smith, A. 1 

Smith, Alexander 1 



Lot.' 

10 f 

2h 

52h 

17 

29h 
13h 

29h 
2-h 

27h 
18h 
61h 
80h 
17h 
5i)h 
20 f 
12 f 
12f 
12 f 
51h 
79h 
lOh 
If 
Uf 
80h 

58h 
57h 
19 
12h 
C3 
C3f 
3h 
75h 
27 

25 f 
20 f 
54h 
6h 
COf 
25 

f 
68 f 



TOTrNSIlIP OF CAJIDEN EAST. 



329 







d 



Smith, Archibald 
Smith, Charles 
Smith, Edward 
Smith, Hugh 
Smith, John 
Smith, Joseph 
Smith, Mrs. Samuel 
Spcers, Sam'l. & Alex'r 
Strain, Hugh 
Strain, Samuel 
Strain, Sam'l. & Hugh 
Stevenson, James 
Stevenson, Wm, & James 2 
Taylor, William 
Tempkton, Robert 
Thompson, Archibald 



Con. 


Lot. 




1 


6h 


TugwcU, Stephen 


3 


CI 


Wallace, George 


3 


78h 


AVatson, John 


1 


3h 


AVellcr, John 


1 


5-lh 


Wcmp, Daniel 


1 


If 


Wcmp, James 


1 


1 


Wemp, John, jun. 


r. 1 


7h 


Wemp, John, sen. 


2 


21h 


John, jun. 


2 


50 f 


Wemp, Vandyke 


I 2 


50h 


Wem)i, William 


1 


17 


Williard, Charles 


es2 


17h 


Williard, G. Monroe 


2 


lib 


Williard, Jonathan 


1 


24h 


Wilson, Capt. John 


2 


21h 


Wright, George 



and 



on. 


Lot. 


o 


03h 


1 


12h 


1 


1 


2 


53h 


1 


Ih 


1 


12h 


a 


G9h 





G2h 


2 


C3h 


1 


12h 


3 


S4h 


3 


83h 


3 


83h 


o 


CSh 


1 


If 



TOWNSHIP OF ASIIBY. 



The township of Ashby is bounded on the north by the township of 
Raglan, county of Renfrew ; on the cast by the township of Denbigh; 
on the south by the township of Efliiigham ; and on the west by the 
townships of Cashel and Mayo, county of Hastings. It lies in the 
most north-western portion of Addington, and has made little or no 
progress in settlement. It is well watered and timbered, and offers 
fine inducements to the lumbcrm.an. It has no municipal organiza- 
tion. 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN EAST. 



The township of Camden East is situated in Addington, and 
bounded ot the north-west by the township ol ShelTield, on the north- 
east by the township of Portland, county of Frontenac, on the south- 
cast by the township of Ernesttown, and on the south-west by the 
township of Richmond, county of Lennox. The first settlements 
were made about the year 1800, and for the first seventeen years it 



1 

-i 



330 TOWNSIIIl- OF CAMDEN EAST, 

made but little progress. However, in 1850 it had increased in popu- 
lation to 5111 and in ISGl to 751C, being now tbickly settled. The 
face of the country is rather hilly, and the land is generally good, 
yielding fair and remunerative crops. .'?7,000 buslicis of wheat, 
•24,000 bushels of rye, 2tj,000 bushels of oats, 15,900 bushels of peas, 
12,000 bushels of iudiaii corn, 41,000 bushels of potatoes, 32,000 
pounds of maple sugar, 17,000 pounds of wool, and 31,000 poiuids 
of butter were produced from the crop of 1849. About the centre 
of the township is a quarry where marble is found of excellent 
tiuality. Appended will be fouud agricultural returns of last census : 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUriEUS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
CAMDEN EAST. 

Occupiers of laud — total 713 

10 acres and under 19 

10 " to 20 12 

20 " to 50 150 

50 " to 100 337 

100 ■' to 200 149 

200 " and upwards 4G 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 76829 

•' crops 24,^77 

" pasture 1/243 

" " gardens and orchards 45C 

Wood and wild lands 34553 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 1329998 

" " farming implements 08815 

" " gardens and orchards 8C71 

Quantity of land held by townspeople not being farmers . . 265 

Fall wheats— acres 224 

bushels 2320 

Spring wheat — acres 3884 

■■ bushels 03004 

Barley — acres 1595 

bushels 34512 

Rve — acres 3807 

■" bushels 51534 

Peas— acres ■ 3784 

" bushels 64023 

Oats— acres 3711 

« bushels 95515 



'? 



TOWNSIIir OF CAMDEN EAST. 331 

Buckwheat — acres 7S4 

bushels 1-1523 

Indian corn — acres 399 

bushels 68C2 

Potatoes — acres 1 003 

" bushels 707C 1 

Turnips — acres 6^ 

" bushels 12277 

Carrots— bushels 1C409 

Mangel-wurzel — bushels 2 1 C3 

Beans — bushels -77 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels 152 

Hay— tons 5469 

Hops — lbs 615 

LIVE STOCK. 

'Bulls, oxen, and steers ^09 

Milch cows 3262 

Calves and heifers 3552 

Horses, over three years old '979 

Value of same, in dollars ^ 109918 

Colts and fdlies '05 

Sheep ■ 7097 

Pigs "' — 

Total value of live slock, in dollars 287319 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter- lbs 29.3074 

Cheese- lbs " ''-' 

Maple sugar— lbs 40/10 

Cider — gallons ' '' 

Wool-lbs 23529 

Fulled cloth— yards 6408 

Flannel — yards ' 225- 

Beef in barrels of 200 lbs ^59 

Pork " " -0*''' 

Fish — salted in barrels ^ 

Carriages kept for pleasure ' ' 9 

Value of same in dollars lOO^O 

Carriages kept for hire 13 

Value of same in dollars 625 

Census by Okicin.— England and Wales, 112; Scotland, 144; 
Ireland, 1102 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 5802 ; 
French origin, 69; United States, 21 J ; Nova Scotia and Prince Ed- 
ward's Island, 1 ; New Brunswick, 1 1 ; Newfoundland, 3 ; France, 1 ; 
total, 7510. 



^ 



332 TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN EAST. 

Census by Religion. — Church of England, 1247 j Church of 
Itorac, 1281 ; Established Church of Scotland, 460 ; Free Church of 
Scothind, ol2j United Presbyterians, CO j Wesleyan Methodists, 
2321; Episcopal Methodists, 1445; New Connexion Methodists, G ; 
other Methodists, 47 i Baptists,!/; Quakers, 127; Je%¥S, 17; Uni- 
versalists, 33 ; Mormons, 2 ; no religion, 20 ; religion unknown, 3 ; 
others not classed, 88 ; total, 7616. 

Township Officers. — Council meets at the Town Hall. Reeve, 
J. N. Lapum ; Deputy Reeve, George Paul. Councillors — A. Hooper, 
George Lnkc, and E. P. Hauby. Treasurer, D. R. Weese, Centreville 
P. O-; Clerk, Peter Johnsou, Camden East P. O.; Assessor, William 
Hannah, Centreville P. O.; Collectors— Matthew McGregor and Ed- 
ward ilinch, Centreville P. O. 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN EAST. 



.338 



Con. 


Lot. 


C 


Jon. 


Lot. 


Ackerman, Edward 


1 




Asseltine, Sylvester 




4G 


Ackerman, James 


3 


2 


Asseltine, Isaac 




2 


Agar, James 


o 


39 


Asseltine, William C. 


9 


12 


Agar, James 


8 


17 


Rabcock, Isjiac 


1 


41 


Agar, William 




33 


Babcock, John 


3 


48 


Alexander, Thomas 


2 




Rabcock, Leonard 


3 




Alkenbreck, Cornelius 




2 


Rabcoek, Peter 


1 


41 


Alkenbreck, George 




3G 


Babcock, Peter 


2 


41 


Alkenbreck, John 


o 


35 


Babcock, Thaddeus 


2 


42 


Alkenbreck, Widow 




41 


Babcock, Walden 


4 


44 


Allen, Dyer and E. 




31 


Rackus, Joseph 




2G 


Amel, Charles 




50 


Baker, George 




17 


Amey, Allen 


9 


24 


Raker, Henry F. 




15 


Amcy, A. Merritt 




13 


Raker, Jacob 




13 


Amey, Edwd. and Ira 


5 


45 


Baker, John & Henry A 


4 


45 


Amey, Geo. and Stephen 


2 


30 


Raker, Joseph 


4 


8 


Amey, Hiram 




10 


Baker, Thomas & John 




18 


Amey, Jacob 


6 


46 


Baker, William 




17 


Amcy, John M. 


5 


47 


Raldwin, Eliza 


2 


G 


Amey, Tyman and Wel- 






Haldwin, James 




G 


lington 




45 


Ramford, Thomas 




25 


Andrews, Samuel and 






Rann, John 




11 


Thomas 


1 


2G 


Barret, Henry 




7 


Ansley, James D. 




19 


Barret, Henry 




9 


Ansley, Henry 


1 


4G 


Barret, James 


6 


9 


Ansley, Amos 




41 


Barret, Michael 




G 


Armstrong, John 




37 


Barret, Thomas and 






Ash, John II. 




24 


William 


6 


8 


Asseltine, John 




2 


Bartley, Robert 






Asseltine, Peter 


1 


5f 


Bates, William 


3 


39 



f 



'f 



Baty, John 

Bell, David : 

Bell, David 

Bell, Fraser 

Bell, George 

Bell, John 

Bell, John and A. P. 

Bell, Samuel 

Ren, Florence and Willet 

Ren, George '. 

Ben, Isaac J. 

Benjamin, Mr. 

Benjamin, E. W. 

Renn, S. and W. 

Rennet, Richard 
•Binley, George 

Rickuell, Doctor 

Bicknell, Richard 

Bicknell, Richard 

Black, Chester 

Black, George 

Rlack, James 

Black, Samuel & John 

Black, William 

Bogart, Gilbert C. 

Bogart, D. D. 

Booth, John 

Bornbra, Henry 

Bowen, Heniy & John 

Bowcn, Peter 

Bowen, Peter and S. C. 

Boyce, Abraham and W. 

Boyd, Benjamin C. 

Boyd, John 

Brady, Edward and 
Andrew 

Brass, John & Mathew 

Brewa, Baptist and Rich- 
ard 

Brewa, Edward 

Brewa, Malara 

Brico, Walter 

Briuan, James 

Briton, John 

Brooks, Harvey C. 



}n. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 




49 


Brown, Caleb R. 




■16 


3 


24 


Brown, Caleb W. 


6 


42 




33 


Brown, Charles 




25 




36 


Brown, Chester 




45 


6 


20 


Browu, David V. 




40 




34 


Brown, John & James 




31 


4 . 


10 


Brown, Johnstone 




41 




27 


Brown, Joseph 




40 




11 


Brown, Richardson 




44 


2 


45 


Rrown, Solomon 


1 


5f 


4 


49 


Brownlee, William 


4 


45 




41 


Rrown, Zelotus 




43 




41 


Rrushingham, Junoth 


o 






43 


Rurgess, Andrew 




41 


3 




Burgess, David 




39 


2 


32 


Burgess, Thomas 




47 




26 


Burjoin, Josejjh 
Burk, John 




24 
25 




f 


Curk, John and John 




30 




43 


Burn, Allen 


4 


36 


8 


34 


RuriiB, Hugh 




16 




15 


Burns, James . 


3 


24 




14 


Rurns, James 


5 


43 


9 


46 


Burns, James 




9 




23 


Burns', Michael 




21 




f 


Rusli, Cbvislophcr 




25 




30 


Bush, William 




25 f 


9 


12 


Cadman, Conrad 




8 




1 


Calder, William 




25 




1 


Cambridge, Hugh 


1 


42 




5 


Cameron, Thomas 




7 


2 


45 


Cami)bell, James 




12 


1 


5f 


Campbell, James 




24 




38 


Campbell, Joseph 




14 






Campbell, Thomas 


8 


12 




7 


Campbell. Widow 


8 


1 




30 


Carcallcn, Thomas, Isaac 








and N. 




29 




20 


Card, A. and Philip 




43 




20 


Card, B. 




30 




15 


Card, Charles M. 




38 


5 


25 


Card, George • 


4 


44 


1 


2h 


Card, George 




37 






Card, Henry 


8 


41 




44 


Card, Jane 


5 


40 



i^ 



?,3i 



TOWNSIIir OF CAMDEN EAST. 



Con. 



Card, Jotliro 
Card, Jolm 
Card, Jonatlmu 
Card, Joseph, sen. 
Card, Josepli, jua. 
Card, SoJis and Harvey- 
Card, Stcplicn & Robt. ! 
Card, William 
Carle, Matthew i 

Carle, Peter 
Carleton, James 
Carr, James 

Carr, James '■ 

Carr, John 
Carr, Michael 
Carroll, John 
Carroll, Michael 
Carroll, Thomas 
Casady, Samuel 
Casady, William 
Caswell, Henry 
Caswell, Robert W. i 

Caswell, Samuel and 

Wellington 
Cavincr, Thomas 
Chamberlain, John 
Christy, John 
Church, Alexander 
Clanccy, Alexander 
Clancey, Cornelius and 

Jacob P. 
Clancey, Cornelius and 

Thomas 
Clancey, George 
Clancey, Jacob 
Clancey, John and John 
Clancey, William 
Clancey, William E. 
Clarke, John J. 
Clarke, Matthew 
Clarke, Matthew 
Clarke, Nornnin 
Clarke, Orteu 
Clarke, Peter 
Clarke, Robert M. 
Clarke, Robert & S. 



jOt. 


Coa 


40 


Clarke, Stanley 


41 


Clarke, Samuel 


42 


Clarke, Thomas 


38 


Clements, M. i 


38 


Clements, Matiuel 


39 


Clements, AVilliam S. 


41 


Close, Henry 


40 


Close, John 


53 


Close, John & James 


51 


Close, William 


14 


Cockburu, John 




Cole, L. T. 


49 


Coleman, Charles 




Collies, David 




Collins, George 


44 


Collins, Robert 


5 


Colwell. James 


44 


Conley, John 


12 


Connelly, Joseph 


17 


Connelly, Josejjh 


42 


Conway, Charles 


30 


Cook & Cochrane 




Cook, Joseph 


24 


Cook, Richard & Thomas 
Cook, William 


24 


49 


Copclaud, John 


2G 


Cornwell, Sylvauus 


44 


Conry, Hugh 


18 


Cousins, James, sen. 




Cousins, James, juu. 


le 


Cox, Edward & Robert 




Cox, Eugene 


36 


Craig, James 


20 


Craig, Robert & Henry 


18 


Crawford, John 


21 


Cronk, Coleman 


20 


Cronk, John 


36 


Cunningham, William 


32 


Curl, Benjamin 


27 


Curie, John 


16 


Davanc, Michael 


20 


Davey, Hugh 


11 


Davey, James 




Davieson, John 


14 


Davy, Benjamin 


50 


Davy, George 



•Lot. 
25 



44. 
•1.3 
50 
25 

18 
14 
8 
36 
14. 
25 
44 
30 
17 
88 

42 
19 
10 

9h 

9 
10 
28 

2 
30 
40 
38 
33 
37 
48 
44 

3 
40 
43 

47 
33 
23 
Of 

7 
47 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDKN EAST. 



i' 



'^ 



Con. Lot. 

Davy, George 46 

Davy, Moses S. 25 

Dean, Samuel 42 

DeGroff, Wilson 2 45 

Dennison, Datis E. 3 1 

Dewey, Thomas 11 

Dewire, Denis 15 

Dice, Abraham 6 

Dolan, Michael 5 

Donnelly, Christopher 18 

Donohue, Michael 26 

Donohue, Patrick 15 

Dopkins, Henry 37 

Dopkins, Nathaniel 7 37 

Douglass, Richard 25 
Douglass, William 

Doupe, Jacob & Samuel 20 

Doupe, Joseph 21 

Uowdle, Edward 7 
Dowling, James & Thomas 14 

Dowling, Joseph 9 13 

Dowling, Martin 2 26 

Dowling, Michael 8 12 
Dowling, Richard & Jno. 3 11 

Dowling, Robert 4 25 

Dowling, Thos. & Robt. 15 

Dowling, William W. 2 42 

Dowling, William W. 2 43 

Doyle, Andrew 2 26 

Doyle, John 4 36 

Doyle, Lawrence 9 14 

Doyle, Patrick G 

DufF, David 4 10 

Dugan, Wm. & Arthur 4 11 

Dull, Patrick 28 

Dull, Thomas 23 

Dulmaige, Alexander 25 
Dulmaige, Joseph & W. 3 23 

Dun, Michael 37 
Duncan, Charles 

Duncan, Charles 2a 

Duucan, Hugh & Javtiea 25 
Duncan, Seth C. 

Dunivan, Richard 23 

Dunlop, James 14 



Con. 
Dunlop, Thomas & W. 
Dunn, Thomas 
Dunn, Thos. & Wm. 
Kmberly, Charles 2 

Embcrly, Henry 1 

Kmberly, Peter 
Emery, David & Angus 
Empcy, George 
Empcy, Rufus 
Estas, George 
Estas, John 
Estas, William 
-F.vans, H. 9 

Evans, Hugh 
Evans, Hugh and Hugh 
Evans, John 
Evans, John 
Evans, Thomas 
Evans, William 
I'airburn, John 2 

Fallow, James 2 

Fallow, Thomas 3 

Fanor, Barabas 2 

Farle, John 

Fee, James '2 

Fee, John 2 

Ferguson, William 

Fingland, Thos. & Wm. 

Finley, Richard D. 

Fitzp.atriek, Martin and 
Michael 

Fleming, Thomas 7 

Fletcher, Robert 

Foster, George I 

Foster, James 

Foster, Samuel & Harvey 4 

Foster, William 4 

Fox, M. 1 

Fox, Stephen 

Fox, Washington 

Eraser, Isaac 5 

Frascr, Peter 

Frebrum, James 

Frizell, Anion 

Frizell, John 



.335 

Lot. 
13 

h 
43 
38 
39 
32 
20 
25 
14 
43 
41 
43 
20 
16 
24 
17 
41 
27 
33 
30 
26 
50 
8 

29 
27 
39 

28 



72 
23 
44 

8 
50 
48 
48 
lOf 

3 

3 

4 

4 

4 

8 





33C. 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN EAST. 



Furlong, John 
Galbreath, Andrew 
Gnlbrenth, James 
Giilbrcath, John 
Galbreath, John 
Galbreath, Sanmel 
Galbreath, William 
Galbreath, Wilham 
Gandy, Jolin 
Ganet, William 
Garrison, Eli 
Garrison, George 
Garrison, Gideon & G.W 
Garrison, James 
Garrison, Nathan 
Garrison, Reuben and 

Jolin P. 
Geovcn, Thomas 
Gibbens, Thomas 
Gibson, Robert 6 

Gildersleeve, O. S. 2 

Gilligan, Thomas 2 

Gordon, George 
Gordon, William 
Gorrisou, John 
Graham, Nathaniel and 

Henry 3 

Graham, R. 

Graham, William 2 

Grange, Robert 4 

Grange, William 
Granger, Artemus W. 1 
Grant, Duncan 
Grass, Alexander 
Grass, Christopher 
Greer, Tbomas 
Griffin, Samuel G. 
Guess, Samuid 
Hagarty, Daniel & Hugh 
Hamilton, Archibald 
Hamilton, James 2 

Hamilton, James 7 

Hamilton, James 
Hamilton, James 
natnilton, James, 



on. 


Lot. 




52 




10 


2 


28 


2 


27 




37 




29 


2 


32 




40 


2 


46 


4 


31 


2 


45 




50 




40 




41 




43 



40 



24 
38 
44 
22 
42 
42 

13 
37 
2G 

2 

2 

4 

8 
48 
37 
21 
20 
42 
18 
25 
34 

8 
IG 
10 
25h 



Con. 
2 
2 
1 



Hamilton, Robert 
Hamilton, Robert 
Hamilton, William J. 
Hannah, Robert & Geo 
Hannah, William 9 

Hannah, Wm. & Sampson 
Hannon, Nicholas M. 1 
Hannon, Thomas 1 

Hany, Dr. John 3 

Harris, Miles 
Harrison, Angus 
Harrison, William T. 
Hart, Darius 

Hart, Peter 7 

Hartin, Henry & Robert 
Hartman, Denis SiManucl 
Ilartwick, Arthur 
Hartwick, John 
Ilartwick, William 6 

Uaskle, Philip C. G 

Hatch, Patrick 

Hatch, Patrick 2 

Hawkins, James 
Hawley, Eli P. 
Hawley, James J. 
Hawley^^Jeptha, Dyer & 

James 
Hawley, Reuben 1 

Hawley, Tyrus&Thomas 

Hayncs 8 

Haydon, James, sen. 
Haydon, James, juu. 
Hayes, James 2 

Hayes, William 
Hay ley, John 5 

Hazelett, H. 
Hempton, William 
Henderson, Patrick 
Henniston, Robert 
Harrington, Lorenzo C. 
Hick, Edward & Thomas 
Hicks, John 
Highland, George & Wil- • 

son 6 

Hill, Matthew 



Lot. 
26 
32 
32 
24 
24 . 
23 

5f 

2 
45 
10 

5 

3 

3 
25 
47 
38 

38 
12 
12 
26 
4 
38 
25 

29 



31 

25 

25 f 

39 

47 

36 

14 

45 

8 

7 

24 

44 

27 
12 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN EAST. 



Hinch, Edward 
Hinch, Edward 
Hinch, Edward 
Hinch, James, sen. 
Hinch, James, jun. 
Hinch, John 
Hinch, 'John 
Hinch, Joseph 
Hinch, Nicholas 
Hinch, Thomas 
Hinch, Thomas & Geo. 
Hinch, Widow 
Hinch, William 
Hinchcy, Baptiste 
Hinch ey, Thos. & Nath'l 
Hmchey, William 
Hinchey, William 
Hodge, David 
Hooper, A. 
Hooper, ."iugustus 
Hooper, E. & Henry 
Hooper, E. I. 
Hooper, Henry 
Hooper, J. G. 
Hope, John 
Honey, John M. 
Howard, John & Samuel 

Grenaway 
Hufl'man, Antliony 
HulTinan, Cyrenus £ 

Huffman, Elias 
Huffman, Jacob & E 
Huffman, Jacob & H. 

Collins 
Huffman, Marshall 
Huffman, Peter 
Huffman, Sydney & Phil. 
Huges, James 
Hughes, Hugh & W. J. 8 
Hughes, Philip 
Humes, James 
Humes, Peter 
Hydorn, Peter 2 

Irish, Peter & Alex. 
Irvin, Robert 
22 



Con. 



4 



Lot. 
18 
24 

27 
20 
25 
20 
lU 
20 
10 
27 
25 

23 
55 



30 
7 
2G 
23 
20 
23 
20 
23 
10 
20 



Jackson, Amos 
Jackson, Retbel 
Jackson, Elias 
Jackson, James 
Jackson, Lewis 
Jackson, Tlios. & John 
Jackson, William 
Jackson, William 
Jackson, William 
Jackson, William 
James, Michael 
Jenkins, Egbert 
Jennings, David Abraham 
Johnston, Isaac 
Johnston, James 
Johnston, James 
Johnston, Silas 
Johnstone, James 
Johnstone, James 
Johnstone, John & Peter 
Johnstone, Robert 
Johnstone, Robert 
Johnstone, Wm. & Robt. 
Jones, John C. i 

Jufo, Lewis 
Kchoe, Michael 
Kellar, Jolin P. 
Kellar, Peter S. Sc Ben. S 
Kelly, Widow 
Kennedy, David 
Kennedy, Jno. & Geo. 
I Kenney, James 7 

Kenney, James 
Kenney, Patrick 
Kenney, Thomas 
Kerns, Edward 
Kerns, William 9 

Kidd, Joseph 
Kidd, William 
Killovan, James, sen. 
Killovan, James, sen. 
Kingsbury, Ebenezer 
Kingsbury, John 2 

Kinover, John G 

Lacey, James and B. 



Con, 
8 



.'i37 

Lot, 

37 

35 
41 
45 
37 



i( 



12 
51 
37 
38 
38 
14 

G 
45 
22 
36 
40 
31 
42 
21 

20 

43 

47 
h 

48 

20 

18 

51 

19 
9 

12 
45 
43 
53 
42 
23 
49 
48 

4 
15 
37 
37 

5 
19 



33s 



TOWNSIIII' or CAMDKN EAST. 





Con. 


Lot. 


Lncej', Wil!i'\m 




2i 


Laccy, Mrs. 




21 


Lake, Thonins 




2 


Lanty, I'ntrick 




4;j 


Lanty, Patrick 




50 


I.apiun, James H. 




24 


Lapuiii, J. \V. 




25 


Lasher, Simeon 


2 


5 


Lasher, William A. 




10 


Latimore, 'Willi.im 




29 


Laveck, EJward 




22 


LavEck, Thomas 




23 


Lawrence, John 




2G 


Lawrence, Simon & Simon 


28 


Lawrence, William 




24 


Lee, Calvin 


O 


48 


Lee, Ory 


2 


40 


Lew, Samuel, sen. 




25 


Lew, Samuel, jun. 




25 


Lewis, Benjamin &. L 




11 


Lewis, Joseph 


1 


2.5 


Lochead, James ■ 




24 


Lochead, John 


G 


21 


Lochead, Matthew 




22 


Lochead, RoliiTt .v. 





22 


Lochead & Weese 


5 


i;i 


Lockridge, Samuel 




12 


Lockwood, Mr, 




42 


Lockwood, Isaac 




26 


liOckwood, Leonard 




41 


Lockwood, Lorenzo 




40 


Long, William 


O 


41 


Lovcler, Jeremiah 


2 


42 


Lucas, Eowin 


a 


38 


Lucas, Denis A, 




32 


Lucas, Denis W. 




51 


Lucas, llir.am 1'. 




32 


Lucas, Hiram P. & Denis A. 


31 


Lucas, John 




CO 


Lucas, Joscjih & Thos 


D. 


30 


Lucas, Joseph B. 


4 


38 


Luke, George & Sydney 5 


44 


Lynch, Francis 


8 


14 


McCaffey, Cliarlcs 




23 


McC.aul, John 




23 



Cod. 
rAreCanl, John 
McClutchcn, Mr. 
McConnell, G. 4 

^rcConnell, John ic Chas. 
McCoy, James 
McCoy, Joseph 
McCoy, William & William 
MeCracken, Archibald 
McDonald, Alex. 
McDonald, Donald 9 

.McDonald, Jacob 
McDo.mell, Richard 
McDonouirh, Jacob P. 2 
McDonongh, Thomas 2 
McDowell, Alien B. 
McDowell, John 
.McDowell, Wi'.linm 9 

McGee, Geo. & UicharJ 
McGee, James 
McGec, James 2 

McGee, William (i 

McGiU, Joseph & W. J. 

McKewen 7 

McGill, Thos. & Thos. E. 
McGill, Wm. & John 
Ml G rath, James 5 

MtGrath, John & Jas. ."i 
McGrath, Philip 
McGi.ith, Wm. Michael 
MctJrejror, Andrew 
MeCIri-gnr, James 
.Mctrrcgor, Matthew & 

Andrew 
McGregor, M.itthew & 

Thomas 
McGuire, James 
i\fclntyre, C. 
McKewan, J.ames 
McKewan, Arthur 
McKewcn, Edward and 

John .5 

McKewcn, James 
.McKewcn, James and 

Joseph 8 

McKewcn, John 



J.ot. 
24 

O 

44 
1 
23 
33 
34 



41 
37 
27 
19 
50 
49 



13 



2(i 



18 
17 
5 IS 
5 17 
19 
20 
30 
17 

7 16 

34 

10 

2 

21 
15 

H 
14 

8 
52 



TOWNsnir or ca.vuen east. 



Con 



McKewen, Patrick, J.P. 
McKewen, Samuel 
McKim, C. S. c 

McKirn, J.is. and Jas. 4 
McKidght, G. 
McKnight, Hugh 
McKnighf, J. 

McKnight, M'm. & Itobt. ' 
McLairan, John 
McLaughlin, Peter and 

Patrick 

McLood, Roderick 

^le.Malion, Adam i 

-MtMillnn, M,-. j 

-■^IcMullen, Antlinny i 

McMullen, P.atrick ' i 

-McMiiIlcn, Hugh g 4 

-McXeil, Archy 9 

McNeil, .John J 

McN'cily, Jliclmel 2 2 

McPlierson, Daniel 2; 

McPhcjson, John & Jas. 2 3: 

McTocr, John 2 3' 

McVany, John 1 3; 

McVay, Daniel and 

Patrick 2' 

McVene, Alexander 4/1 

WcAVilliams, A 1 gg 

WcM'illiams, James 35 

Madden, Robert n 

Madden, AVilliam 12 

-Martin, Elias 2 

iMartin, Henry & Tlios. 2 5 
Martin, James iq 

^larliu, James 47 

Martin, Joseph iq 

Maitiii, Joshua 49 

Martin, William 3 13 

Martin, Wm. & Lewis 50 

May, Rev. Jolin 

Maynes, William 30 

-Meeks, Andrew o 

A!«ks, C, C. I 

Mehan, Patrick' 07 

Mendle, Carlos 14 



Lot 
II 
10 
24 
19 



Middlcton, Geor-'e 
Milburn, Henry 
Miller, Ariel, Tliomas 

and Henry 
Miller, George 
Midler, Georic 
Miller, Joseph 
Miller, Peter 
Miller, Peter 
iMiller, Tliomas 
iMilles, Peter 
!^Iills, Cejilias 
Willis, William 
-^lills, William 
-\Iilligan, Horace 
M|lligai;, Jamci& Henry 
Mdhgan, Robert L. 
Mdli^ani Robt. & A. 
Milligan, William 
Mdling, James 
Milling, William 
Milsap, Hicks 
Milsap, Stewart 
Milsap, Tliomas & Jolm 
Aliiior, Thomas 
Mints, Isaac 
iMontgomcry, Isaac 
More, Felix 
More, James 
Morgan, Henry 
Morgan, John ; 

Morich, David f 

Morris, M'illiam { 

Alorris, Robert i 

Morris, Robert 
Alorsman, Carlisle 
Mowers, John o 

Mowers, Stcjdien 2 

Mueleston, Samuel 
Mulenzo, James 
Murphy, James 
■Murphy, .Alichael 
Murjdiy, Michael 
Murphy, Patrick 
Murphy, Samuel 



Con. 



339 

Lnt. 

40 

G 

30 

29 

42 


21 

25 

30 

8 

: 19 

f 

21 

43 

31 

4 
29 
3U 
33 
18 
29 
2G 
25 

39 
32 
41 
41 

4 
23 

9 



4h 
30 
24 



33 
21 

17 
25 
U 



340 



TO^VNSniP OF CAMDEN EAST. 





OCD. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Murphy, WiUinm 




22 


Perry, Jeremiah 


1 


29 


Murphy, William 




20 


Perry, Peter 


7 


5 


Ncilly, John 


1 


11 


Peters, William 




44 


Newboct, George P. 


1 


■IG 


Phippen, George H. 




14 


Nicholson, Francis 


1 


2 


Pierce, Richard 




24 


Nicholson, James 




1 


Pierce, Thomas 




^ 


Nimms, James 




22 


Pike, James 




37 


NoUis, Lewis & William 




Pincell, Henrj- 




32 


Norman, John 




45 


Piper, Noble 




8 


Norris, Hobert 


2 


30 


Perry, Banea 




23 


Nowliug, Widow 


8 


21 


Pomeroy, John and 
Martin L. 






Nowling, John 




10 




14 


Nugent, Samuel 




21 


Pomeroy, Samuel 


2 


44 


Nugent, William 




21 


Potter, Stewart, and Wil- 




O'Connor, John 




24 


liam Church 




46 


O'Connor, AVilliam 




25 


Prescott, George 


2 


31 


O'Connor, William 


2 


4.5 


Prestley, Aaron 




2 


O'Connor, Thomas 


2 


45 


Prestley, James 




12 


O'Connor, B 




8 


Price, C. V. 




11 


O'Dca, John 




45 


Price, Lawieiiee L. 




55 


O'Dca, Patrick and 






Price, Thos. & A. V. 




12 


Micliacl 


9 


53 


Quackenbush, George 




24 


0' Paris, Peter 




4i 


Quackenbush, George 


1 


2C 


O'Haulin, John 




42 


Quick, William 


2 




O'Laughlan, Michael 




42 


Qnin, John 




17 


O'Mara, Michael 


1 


41 


Quirk, John 




5 


O'Neal. Michael 




2C 


Quirk, Peter 


2 


2(i 


O'Ne.nl, Robert 


4- 




Ragan, James 




30 


O'Neal, Thomas 




44 


Ramsay, Andrew 


2 


4 


Palmer, Matthew 




44 


Rams.iy, William 


2 


2 


Paisley, Charles 




38 


Rnukiue, Daniel 




e 


Parker, A. J. 


5 


29 


Raymond, Caleb & Ira 




32 


Parker, Joseph 






Redpath, Benjamin 




42 


Parker, Jose])h 




25 


Reech, Alfred 


8 


35 


Parks, Henry 




40 


Reeeh, Henry 




31 


Parks, Manson 


8 


39 


Reid, Archibald 




25 


Parks, Norman 




41 


Reid, John 




29 


Parks, WiUard 




38 


Reid, Robert 


8 


47 


Parks, William 


4 


25 


Reid, Robert, sen. 




47 


Parrot, John II. 


2 


34 


Reid, William, sen. 




29 


Parson, Charles 




2 


Reid, W. & R. J. 




22 


Paul, James 




12 


Riddle, John 


3 


44 


Paul, William M. 




15 


Rightly, Andrew 


5 


12 


Pennv, Joel and John 




3 


Riley, Charles 




26 


Perry, Calvin & W. 




45 


Rimmit, John 


2 


23 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN F.AST. 



Rimmit, Thomas 
Robertson, Gabriel 
Robertson, George 
Robinson, James 
Rogers, Joseph 
Robertson, Samuel 
Rombougli, Jacob . 
Rombough, Jacob 
Rombough, Jacob 
Rombough, Nicholas, 

Peter & M. 
Rombough, William 
Rose, Daniel 
Rose, Richard 
Rose, Willi»m 
Rourke, Richard 
Rourke, Robert 
Russell, William 
Ruttan, Michael 
Ruttan, Samuel 
S.iyers, Bernard 
Salsbury, Heury 
Salsbury, Hiram 
Scott, Charles 
Scott, George 
Scott, Gideon 
Scott, James 
Scott, Samuel and M. 
Scott, Thaddeus 
Scott, Thaddeus B. 
Scott, Adam 
Sexsmith, George 
Shane, James 
Shane, James & John 
Shane, John 
Shane, Wm. & Peter 
Shanes, Barnes 
Shannon, Jas. & David 
Shannon, Matthew 
Shannon, Rob. & Andrew 
Shannon, Thomas 
Sheilds, Ciiarles 
Sheilds, Isaac 
Sheilds, James 
Sheilds, Joseph 



Con. Lot. 
22 



2 
5 

2 
2 



24 
30 
11 
Ifl 
25 
24 
26 
25 

27 
46 
40 
30 
34 

8 

8 

7 



Con. 



36 

23 

32 

37 

45 

7 

6 

42 

42 

19 

42 

23 

29 

24 

49 

29 

28 

30 

24 

32 
!4 

20 

42 

20 

19 

24 



Sherlock, William 
Sherman, George 
Sherman, Widow 
Shettor, Frederick -l. c 
Shettor, John .V Reuben 
Shibley, Charles 
Shibley, Charles 
Shibley, Henry n 

Shibley, Henry, sou. 
Shibley, JohnA. 
Shibley, John A. 
Shibley, John A. 
Shields, Joseph G 

Shire, Jacob 
Shire, Nicholas and 

Martin ,i^ 

Shire, Richard s 

Shirley, Rev. Paul, (Estate 
Shorey, Davis H. 2 

Shuts, Edward 5 

Simmons, George 
Simmons, Jeremiali 5 

Simmons, John P. 4 

Simmons, Lasher 
Simmons, Philip 
Simmons, William 
Simpson, Robert 
Skinner, John T. 
Smalley, Adeline 
Smith, George, sen. 
Smith, George, juu. 1 

Smith, Ira o 

Smith, James o 

Smith, Matthias 
Snider, Allison , 2 

Snider, Caleb 

Snider, Jacob & George 
Snider, Nelson 2 

Suider, Wm. & Abraham 2 
South, William 8 

Sproul, Joiin E. 
S|)roul, Mrs. 
Sproul, Robert J. 
Stafl'ord, Solomon 
Starr, Edward 



311 

Lot. 
25 
22 
37 
' 12 
11 

41 

44 

41 

42 

41 

41 

42 

20 

19 

20 

55 
of) 
G 

50 

32 

42 

4) 
46 
35 
38 
11 
25 
25 
3G 
36 
44 

14 



47 
37 
35 
47 
9 
25 

25 

13 

6 



■3i2 



TOWNSHIP OF CAMDEN EAST. 



Con. 


Lot. 


Steele, Joliii & S.imuel 




11 


Stewart, Allen, Israel, & 






Jolin 




3S 


Stinson, Tliomns 





11 


Storey, Amos & Ben. R. 




50 


Storey, Christopher & C 




28 


Storms, Jeremiah 


2 


32 


Supple, James 




IG 


Sweet, JnJson 




■14, 


Switzer, A. 





21. 


Srtitzer, Christopher 




29 


Switzer, Christopher U. 




42 


Switzer, David 




31 


Switzer, James C. 


3 


24 


Switzer, Jacob & Norris 




39 


Switzer, John 




3G 


Switzer, John H. 




33 


Switzer, Joseph 


7 


G 


Switzer, Joseph 




22 


Switzer, Lorenzo 




35 


Switzer, Luke B. 




3.3 


Switzer, Mark 




35 


Switzer, ^Lartin & Philip 


7 


31 


Switzer, I^Iartin & Robt. 


8 


23 


Switzer, Norris 


;i 


33 


Switzer, Philip & David 


r» 


30 


Switzer, Philip & Fletcher 


35 


Switzer, Philip & James 




33 


Switzer, Samuel & W. 




33 


Switzer, Silas 


2 


33 


Switzer, William B. 




32 


Tate, Robert 


4 


2C 


Tate, Thomas 




20 


Taylor, Albro 




. 11 


Taylor, AVidow 


5 


7 


Temple, M. 




21 


Temple, Michael 




22 


Teskey, Benjamin 


7 


10 


Teskey, Joseph & Thos. 




15 


Tcskcy, Solomon 


G 


10 


Thompson, Edward 




4 


Thompson, Ehas 




1 


Thomjjso]), Israel 




3 


Thompson, Joel 




4 


Thompson, Levi, sen. 


5 


1 


Thomson, Alex. sen. 


3 


2 



Con. 
3 



Thomson, Alex, jun 
Thomson, John 
Thomson, Nicholas 
Thomson, William 
Thoughenery, Daniel 
Thouglicnery, Edward 
Thoughenery, James 
Tom]ikins, Robert 
Tomjikins, William 
Trainor, Catharine 
Tryon, AVilliam L 

Tuglosby, Bernard 

and T. 
Tu^lesby, Paul 
Vanalstine, Richard and 

Wesley 
Vanluven, Aljiheus 
Vanluven, Peter 
Vanluven, Zarn &Tho3. 
Vnnncst Elisha 
Vanncst, Isaac 
Vanncst, John . 
Vanncst, Peter 
Vannest, Vanander 
VanWiukle, David 
VanValkenbnrg, Gilbert 
VanValkeuburg, John 
VanValkenburgh, Paul 
VanValkcnburg, Robliu 
Vare, John 
Velly, C. 

Vroman, John & Wm. 
Vromau, Silas 
Waddle, John 
Wager, Benjamin 
Wager, Daniel & George 
Wager, Elias 
Wager, George 
Wager, George 
Wager, Geoi-ge & John 
Wager, Henry 
Wager, Jacob II. 
Wager, Michael & Philip 7 
Wager, Peter 
"\^'ager, Peter 
Wager, Richard 



Lot. 

O 

4 
3 
3 

1 t 



o 


30 




•15 




40 




18 


(i 


10 




15 




42 


5 


48 




44 




46 


G 


41 




40 


7 






50 




40 




30 


3 


37 




45 




30 




8 


3 


•4U 




27 




28 




2G 




!) 




34 




'J''i 




L» J 




17 




3S 




34 




35 


G 


3 


7 


30 


8 


38 


9 


42 




31 



TOWNsiiir or camden east. 



343- 



Wager, William 

Wager, William T. 

W.agct, Henry 

Wagner, John 

Walbridge, Sarah 

Wallace, John 

Walker, Abraham 

Walker, Ale.x. 

Walker, Henry 

Walker, Ilarvy 

Walker, James 

Walker, John 

Walker, Joseph 

Walker, Jos. & George 

Walrod, Jacob 

Walroth, Garrett 

Ward, Chas. & George 

M'ard, Mrs. 

Ward, Samuel 

Warner, Augustine C. 

Warner, Charles 

AVarner, Ira & John 

Warner, Sidney 

Warner, William 

Wartman, Charles H. 

Wart man, John A. 

Wijrtman, Peter 
Wartman, Peter S. 
Wartman, Schuyler S. 
Waters, Thomas 
Watson, James 
AVatson, John 
Watson, William 
Webb, Thomas 
~VVcese, David R. 
Weese, Robert A. 
Weese, Stephen 
Weese, William 
AVellingtun, Jlrs. 
AVells, Geor-c 
Welsh, J.din 
Welsh, Michael 
Wl.uleii, Patrick 
Wheetes, Soth 
Wheliui, John 



Con 


Lot 




37 


G 


33 

1 




8 




11 


2 


40 


3 


1 


C 


30 




37 


3 




a 


23 




42 








.52 




49 




44 


2 


31 




14 


2 






4.5 




4.5 


1 


42 




48 


2 


44 




41 


2 


44 


4 


18 




41 




23 




25 


2 


CO 


3 


28 


7 




G 


23 




24 


3 


G 




23 




2G 




25 




17 


5 


7 




4 


5 


24 



Con. 




Whelan, John 
Whclan, John 7 

Whelan, John 
Whelan, Patrick 
Whclan, Patrick 
Whelan, William 
Whiteman, James 
WhittiuKham, Robert 
Wier, William 
Wild, Charles 2 

Wild, Henry & Thos. 2 
Wild, James 2 

M'ild, William 2 

Williams, David 
AVilliams, James & T. D. 1 
Williams, Jacob & E. R. 
Williams, John M. and 

James 
Wniiams, Marsliall 
Williams, Norman 
Williams, Peter 8 

Williams, Peter 
Williams, Samuel 
Williamson, Charles 1 

Williamson, John, sen. 2 
Williamson, John, jun. 2 
Wilson, Charles 
Wilson, George 1 

Wilson, George 
Wilson, James and Mark 
Wilson, John 3 

Wilson, John and Wm. 
Wilson, Nathaniel 9 

Wilson, Samuel 
M'ilson, William .5 

Winters, Dani'.l 
Wipinstall, Riclinrd 
Wiseman, Samuel 
M'ilcomli, Charles 
Wolf, John V. B. 8 

Wolf, Nicholas 
Wood, Bedford & Henry 
Wood & Ilnzeltine 
Wood & H'lzelline 
Wright, Reuben. 



Lot. 

25 

9 

51 

31 

4!) 

20 

7 

4 

3 
1 
3 

14 
2 

15 

14 
11 

8 
14 
22 
14 
32 
31 
34 
24 
10 f 
20 




20 
23 
38 
23 

1 
21 
38 
24 
37 
17 

i: 

41 
41 
10 



344 



TOWNSHIPS OF DENBIGH AND ABtNCER. 



Con. 


Lot. 




Con. Lot. 


Wright, Reuben & Wm. i 


f 


Youmans, John 


20 


Yates, William 


33 


Youmans, Joseph 


15 


York, Frederick 4 


8 


Youmans, Samuel 


15 


York, Frederick & Jacob 


6 


Young, Francis 


32 


York, Gordon P. 


8 


Young, Francis 


38 


York, Josliua 


1 


Young, James 


43 


York, Peter 


3 


Youngs, Wilson 


25 


York, Sylvester 


6 







TOWNSHIPS OF DENBIGH AND 
ABINGER. 



The townships of Denbigh and Abinger ore situated in the northern 
part of Addington ; — Denbigh, being the most northerly, and bounded 
on the north by the township of Lyndon, county of Renfrew ; on the 
east by the township of Matawatchan, county of Renfrew ; on the 
south by the township of Abinger ; and on the west by the township 
of Ashby. Abinger is bounded on the north by Denbigh ; on the 
east by the township of Miller, county of Frontenac ; on the south by 
the township of Barrie, county of Frontenac ; and on the west by the 
township of Effingham. Lake Massauoga extends for some distaiice 
into the townships. Below we give the agricidtural returns from last 
census. 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIPS OF 
DENBIGH AND ABINGER. 

Occupiers of land — total 36 

50 to 100 acres 31 

100 to 200 " 5 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 3742 

Amount under cultivation 159 

" crops 159 

Wogd and wild lands 3583 



TOWNSHIPS OF DENBIGH AND Anl^JCER. 



345 



Cash value of farms in dollars 7S07 

" farming implements 452 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers 4700 

Spring wheat— acres 13 

" bushels 206 

4 

70 

3 



Barley — acres . . . 
" bushels 
Peas — acres. 



bushels 

Oats — acres 

" bushels 

Buckwheat — acres . . 
'■ bushels , 

Indian corn — acres. . . 
" bushels 

Potatoes — seres 



39 

32 

878 

15 

259 

10 

139 

25 

bushels 2652 

Turnips — acres 31 

" bushels S245 

Carrots — bushels "* 

Hay — tons " 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers ' - H 

Milch cows 2j 

Calves and heifers 15 

Horses over three years old 33 

Value of same in dollars 3680 

Sheep • • I'* 

Pi,»s 13 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 5GC1 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter— lbs 710 

Maple sugar— lbs 1920 

Beef— in barrels of 200 lbs , 7 

Pork " " 2 . 

Fish, salted in barrels 1° 

Carriages kept for pleasure ^ 1 

Value of same, in dollars 120 

Census by Origin.— England and Wales, 1 ; Scotland, 1 ; Ire- 
land, 13; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 151; Prussia, 
German States, and Holland, 9 ; total, 175. 

Census uy Religion.— Church of England, 42 ; Church of 



346 



TOWNSHIP OF KRNESTTOWN. 



Rome, 23 ; Established Church of Scotland, 3 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 4 ; United Presbyterians, 8 ; Wcsleyan Methodists, 26 ; 
Kpiscopal .Methodists, 5/ ; New Connexion Alethodists, I ; Luther- 
ans, G; Unitarians, 5 ; total, 175. 



TOWNSHIP OF EFFINGHAM. 



The township of Eliingham is bounded on the north by the town- 
ship of Ashby ; on the east by the township of Abingcr ; on the south 
by the township of Anglcsea ; and on the west by the townships ait 
Grimsthorpe and Cashcl, county of Hastings. It lies in Addington, 
immediately south of the township of Ashby ; and is as yet but vti;r 
little settled, and has no municipal organization. It is well timbeiciJ. 
and watered. 



TOWNSHIP OF ERNESTTOWN. 



Tlie township of Ernesttown is situated in Addington, and bouudeil. 
on the north by the township of Camden East; on the east by the- 
tovi'nships of Portland and Kingston, county of Frontenac ; on tile 
south by the Bay of (Jainti ; and on the west by the township of 
■ Frcdericksburgli (North and South), county of Lennov. The land 
through the township is generally rolling ; the soil, loam, on a lime- 
stone base ; and the timber, a mixture of beech, maple, basswooil^ 
pine, oak, ash, elm, &c., with a little balsam, hemlock, and cedar. Iz 
commenced settling about the year 1784, and contains at this tim£- 
scvcr.al thriving villages, chief among wdiich is Bath, which is situatcti 
on the Bay of Cjuintij, and an out-port of Kingston. In 18.iO it con- 
tained 4S13 inhabitants, which had increased to GJ.'iO in I8G1. For 
abstract of agricultural produce from last census see the following t. 



TOWNSIIII" (ir ERNESTTOWN. 



M" 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, Ac, FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
ERNESTTOWN. 

Occupiers of Land — total 530 

10 acres and under 28 

10 "to 20 12 

20 ;' to 50 92 

50 " to 100 105 

10* " to 200 IfiO 

200 " and upwards 43 

LANDS AND rilODUCIJ. 

Amount held in Acres .'jO^OI 

Amount unc^r cultivation SfjIVJIi 

" crops 21305 

" pasture 10143 

" gardens and orchards 87S 

Wood and wild'lands 211CS 

Cash value of farms in dollars 16:)3220 

" agricultural implements in dollars 72340 

" produce of gardens and orchards l-ll!)j 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers ... 1071 

Fall wheat — acres -17 

bushels 200 

Spring wheat — acres 4370 

'< bushels .". 8.>3;0 

Barley — acres 1750 

bushels..... 43817 

Rye — acres 2012 

■' bushels 'ip;;ii 

Peas — acres 2008 

bushels 4214S 

Oats — acres 3121 

" bushels 1017P0 

Buckwheat — acres ■ 112G 

« bushels 231(i8 

Indian Corn — acres 4S;f 

" bushels 11159 

Potatoes — acres 5G7 

" bushels 47214 

Turnips — acres '. ^ 

" bushels 1233 

Carrots— bushels 48G4 

Mangel wurzel — bushels ... 1815 



i<8 



TOWNSHIP OF EUNESTTOWN. 



Beans — bushels 197 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds — bushels 363 

Hay— tons .' GllO 

Hops— lbs 277 

Flax and hemp — lbs 310 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 310 

Milch cows 7740 

Calves and heifers 1914 

Horses over three vears old 1705 

Value of same in dollars 112042 

€olts and fillies 607 

Sheep 8000 

Pigs 1684 

Total value of live stock 235828 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter- lbs ■. 185689 

Cheese — lbs 5d00 

Maple sugar— lbs 29732 

Cider— gallons 10G63 

Wool— lbs 25181 

Fulled cloth— yards 2374 

Flannel — yards 5963 

Linen — yards 173 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs 407 

Pork, " " 1375 

Carriages kept for pleasure 100 

Value of same in dollars 7230 

Carriages kept for hive 9 

Value of same, in dollars 400 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 246 ; Scotland, 56 ; 
Jreland, 430 ; natives of Canada, not of French origin, 4480 ; United 
States, 224 ; Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, 2 ; New Bruns- 
wick, 1 ; West Indies, 2 ; Prussia, German States, and Holland, 2 ; 
France, 2 ; Spain and Portugal, i ; all other places, 4. — Total, 5450. 

Census by Keligion. — Church of England, 796 ; Church of 
Rome, 477 ; Established Church of Scotland, 56 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 194; United Presbyterians, 336; Wesleyan Methodists, 
2407; Episcopal Methodists, 991 ; New Connexion Methodists, 10; 
•other Methodists, 72 ; Baptists, 44 ; Lutherans, 23 ; Congregation- 
alists, 3 ; Quakers, 31 ; no religion, 3 ; others not classed, 7.— Total, 
&450. 

Township Officers. — Council meets at the Town Hall, Odessa. — 



TOWNSHIP OF ERNESTTOWN. 



c--i}> 



Reeve, Isaac F. Asselstinc ; Dep. Reeve, Philip D. Booth ; Council- 
lors, Luke C. Strafford, Charles Frascr, Sydney Warner ; Treasurer, 
1'. S. Timmerman ; Clerk, Robert Aylesworth ; Assessor, Dtinicl Lee ; 
Collectors, U. N. Wright, George Forward. 



Abrams, Henry 
Abrams, John 
Allen, Cyrena 
Allen, Elan 
Allen, Hiram 
Allen, James 
Allen, Jacob 
Allen, John ' 
Allen, Lewis 
Allen, Richard N. 
Allen, Timothy 
Allen, Wesley 
Allen, William 
Alport, Norman 
Alport, Thomas 
Amey, Abraham 
Amey, Adam 
Amey, Arnold 
Amey, Billings 
Amey, Charles 
Anicy, David 
Amey, Enoch 
Amey, Francis H. 
Amey, George N. 
Amey, Henry 
Amey, Jesse 
Amey, Jercminh 
Amey, John S. 
Amey, Jonas 
Amey, Jonas 
Amey, Jonas J. 
Amey, Joseph 
Amey, Levi 
Amey, Lewis 
Amey, Michael 
Amey, Peter 
Amey, Peter 
Amey, Philip 
Amey, Solomon 
Amey, William 



n. 


Lot. 


2 


16 


5 


25 f 


4 


31 f 


4 


31f 


3 


35 f 




h 




h 


3 


4lf 


3 


30 f 




3 


3 


35 f 


C 


3Sh 




h 




h 


3 


2Ch 


7 


33 f 


2 


24 f 


o 


9f 




2If 


7 


15 f 


O 


23 f 


5 


31 f 





17f 




f 


7 


18 f 


1 


19 f 


1 


19 f 


7 


15 f 


2 


15 f 


7 


15 f 


7 


15 f 


1 


21 f 


1 


10 f 


2 


11 f 


6 


32 f 


2 


21 f 


6 


33 f 


O 




2 


24 f 


2 


20 f 



Anderson, George 
Anderson, John 
Andrew, Denis 
Ansley, Henry 
Ausley, William 
Apelbec, S. 
Ashley, Cumberland 
Asselstine, Billings 
Asselstinc, Daniel 
Asselstine, Davis 
Asselstinc, Electa 
••Vsselstine, Isaac F. 
.'Vsselstine, James 
•■Vssclstine, John 
Asselstine, Lewis 
Asselstine, Jlichael 
Asselstine, Zenos 
Armitage, John 
Armitage, John 
Armitage, Wesley 
Annstron.', Matthew 
Armstrong, Robert 
.Armstrong, William 
Aylsworth, Benjamin 
Aylsworth, B. K. 
Aylsworth, Bowcn 
Aylsworth, George A. 
Aylsworth, Hannah 
Aylsworth, Isaac F. 
Aylsworth, John 
Aylsworth, Lcstir 
Aylsworth, Mahala 
Aylsworth, Peter 
Aylsworth, Peter V. 
Aylsworth, Robert 
Aylsworth, Robert W 
Aylsworth, Wm. M. 
Babcock, David 
Babcock, David 
Babcock, Daniel 



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Benjamin, James P. 
Benjamin, Eewis & Job 
Bennett, Geor2;e 
Bennett. Stephen 
Bicknell, .A.liVcd 
Bicknell, David 
BiukncU, Henry 
Bicknell, Nallnin 
Bicknell, Newton 
Bicknell, Richard 
Bicknell, Richard 
Billinj^s, Hawley 
Blake,' Robert 
Blake, Robert 
Blake, Thomas 
Blewetl, James 
Blanchard, Anson 
Blanchard, John B. 
Blanchard, John B. 
Bobean, Joscjdi 
Boico, Henry & John 
Boice, William 
Bond, Francis 
Booth, Albert 
Booth, Arnold 
Booth, Benjamin 
Booth, Charles 
Booth, Don.ald B. 
Booth, Elizabeth 
Booth, Garratt 
Booth, James 
Booth, John K. 
Booth, Joshua 
Booth, P. D. 
Booth, Philip D. 
Bowman, George 
Braden, Robert 
Braden, William 
Bradshaw, Charles 
Bradshaw, Gcoige 
Brandon, James 
Brandon, James 
Brandon, Matthew 
Briscoe, Benjamin 
Briscoe, Benjamin 



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TOWNSHIP OF intWESTTOWN. 



Biiscoe, Jlrs. Mary J. 
■Criscoe, Nathan 
liriscoc, Robert M. 
iJvistol, Cohnan 
Bristol, James M. 
Brown, Hugh , 

Brown, John S. 
rjvushingham, Jolm 
Buck, Asahel 
Buck, Ferguson 
Snrk, Garrett 
Burk, William 
Bnrley, Mrs. Cyrus 
Burley, Ira 
. Burley, Robert 
■BnrleV, Robert S. 
Burnett, William 
Bnrt, James 
Unsli, Christopher 
•Cady, Ephraim 
'Cnlder, Daniel 
■Calder, William 
Calder, M'illiam 
CtmlicUl, M. D. 
Carroll, William 
Cntoii, Charles 
Citon, John, sen. 
Caton, John, jun. 
Caton, Patrick 
Ciiton, William 
-Cnton, William 
Caton, William 
'Chamjisides, James 
■Chapman, Albert C. 
■Chapman, John 
'Chapman, Jolm 
■Chapuian, Thomas 
Chatterson, Jacob 
Chatterson, Joseph 
Chester, Nicholson, sen. 
■Chester, Nicholson, jun. 
•Chinery, Anthony ' ' 
{-'liinerv, Ephraim 
Chown", A. & D. 
'Church, Charles 



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Clancy, James 

C'lare, Mis. 

Clark, Benjamin 

Clark, Charles H. 

Clark, Charles S. 

Clark, Coleman 

Clark, Isaac 

Clark, James 

Clark, John 

(;lark, John JI. 

Clark, Lewis S. 

Clark, .Matthew 

Clark, Matthew W. 

Clark, McCoy 

Clark, Peregrine M. 

Clark, Richard E. 

Clark, Sanmel D. 

Clurk, Thomas D. 

Clark, Wilson 

Clarke, Nelson (heirs o 

Clement, Charles 

Clement, James 
Clement, William 
Close, Ezra 

Close, Hector & David 
Close, James E. 
Clough, George D. 
Clute, Ilenrv 
Creighton, Frederick 
Crosby, William 
Coffee, Patrick 
Coffee, William 
Collins, Christopher F. 

and A. B. 
Conley, Timothy 
Connell, John 
Conner, George D. 
Conner, Henry 
Conway, John 
Conway, Patrick 
Conway, William 
Cooke, George 
Copeland, James 
Copeland, James 
Cull, Charles 



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Cummings, George 
Cuminins, liiclmrd 
Cui-l, Epliraim 
Curl, Jolm 
Curl, Joseph 
Cusic, Larry 
Dalton, AViiliani 
Daly, Charles 
Daly, George 
Daly, Ira S. 
Daly, Thomas 
Daly, Thomas 
Dauiel, Dariil 
Darlcy, Alpheus M. 
Darley, Thomas G. 
Daughter, Michael 
Davis, Benjamhi 
Davison, Alexander 
Davison, John D. 
Davison, Samuel 
Davy, George M. 
Davy, Ira 
Da'iy, John 
Davy, John P. 
Davy, Leonard 
Dav}', i\Iarshal C. 
Davv, Nelson 
Davy, Tcter T. 
Davy, Sydenham 
Davy, William 
Day, Johnson 
Derbyshire, Byron 
Derbyshire, Byron 
Derbyshire, Hirarn 
Detlor, Jacob 
Detlor, George V. 
Dewitt, Abraham 
Dewitt, John 
Dewitt, AVilliam 
Dickson, Alexander 
DIckaon, William 
Donaldson, John 
Dorin, William R. 
Doty, Cornelius 
Douglas, Richard 



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Dov.ling, William 
Duffee, Simon 
Duubar, Andrew 
Dunbar, Ezra 
Dunham, James 
Dunycs, Ilarvcy 
Dunycs, James 
Dunyes, John 
Dunyes, Martin 
Dunyes, Norman 
Dupuis, T. K. 
Dysart, J. Mitchell 
Earl, J. 

Eldridge, William 
Elson, Joshua 
Embiu'y, William 
Emory, James 
Empey, George 
Empey, Thomas 
Enipe}', Thomas 
Empey, William F. 
Ewert, Peter 
Fairfield, Andrew 
Fairfield, Herman 
Fairfield, James 
Fairfield, Stephen 
Falcn, John 
Faleu, Joseph 
Fellows, Daniel 
Fellows, James 
Ferrin, G. P. 
Fisk, George 11. 
Fisk, James 
Fitzmorris, Jeremiah 
Fitzpatrick, John 
Fitzpalriek, Michael 
Flemiufi;, Georze B. and 

James 
Fleming, John 
Flood, Patrick 
Flood, Thomas 
Forsyth, Robert 
Forward, Abel P. and 

Dewitt C. 
Forward, George B. 



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TOWNSHIP OF ERNLSTTOWN. 



333 



Tralick, Edmond 
Fraliek, Elhanen 
Fralick, E. M. 
Fraliek, Ilenry V. 
Ftaliek, Uiram 
Fraliek, Horatio 
Fraliek, James W. 
Fraliek, Luther F. 
Fraliek, Peter S. 
Fraliek, Reuben N. 
Fraser, Abraham 
Fraser, Allen M. 
Fraser, Charles 
Fraser, Charles 
Fraser, Charles » 
Fraser, Daniel 
Fraser, Donald 
Fraser, Geoi-ge M. 
Fraser, Isaac 
Frnsur, Isaac 
Fraser, James C. 
Fraser, Jane 
Fraser, Luke C. 
Eraser, Sidney 
Fraser, Timothy 
Fraser, XVillium M. 
Fretz, George 11. 
Fretz, James 
Fretz, William C. 
Frier, George 
Frier, John 
Frieze, Adulphus 
Frieze, Frederick 
Frowne, Mary Jane 
Fry, Williajn 
Fuller, David 
Fuller, Jacob 
Fuller, Joseph 
Furs, Thomas 
Galee, James 
Galloway, Daniel 
Galloway, James 
Galloway, John 
Galloway, Samuel 
Garbutt, Daniel 

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Garbutt, Thomas A. 
Garbutt, William 
Gardiner, Jacob 
Garrison, Gideon 
Gaylord, Levi 
Gilbert, Cornelius 
Gilchrist, James 
Gilhooly, John 
Gordinier, James L. P 
Gordinier, John 
Gordinier, Louis 
Gordinier, Robert 
Gordinier, \Villiain 
Gordinier, William IT. 
Gordinier, William 11. 
Gordinier, William R. 
Gordon, Alex. B. 
Gordon, Billings 
Gordon, Charles 
Gordon, Elizabeth 
Gordon, William 
Gorie, Robert . 
Graham, Peter 
Grand Trunk R. R. 
Grange, Thomas 
Granger, Chester 
Grant, Thomas 
Graves, Reuben 
Gray, James 
Gray, John 
Grear, William 
Gunn, Samliel, sen. 
Gunn, Samuel, jnn. 
llaekctt, Michael 
Ilagadoon, Charles 
Ilagadoon, Charles 

James 
Ilagadoon, George 
Ilngerman, Abraham 
llagerraan, Edward 
Haines, Ira E. 
Haines, Ira E. 
Haines, Ira E. 
Haines, Thomas 
Haines, William 



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TOWNSHIP OF ERNESTTOWN. 



Haley, Morris 
ir.-ili; John • 
llnllkiii, Jolni 
Ham, Benjamin 
Ham, George II. 
Hani, Norman B. 
Hani, Philip 
Hamilton, George 
Hamilton, George 
Hamilton, John 
Hamilton, Livingston 
Hamilton, AVashington 
Hartraan, Billings 
Hartman, David 
Hartman, Jemima 
Hartman, John 
Hartman, La-.\rence 
Hartman, Lewis D. 
Hartman, Lewis D. 
Hartman, Nicholas 
Hartman, Sebastian 
Hartman, Shcm ■ 
Hartman, Timothy 
Hartman, Yale\itine 
Harvey William 
Hawley, Charles 11. 
Hav/ley, George D. 
Hawley, Jason 
Hawley, J. B. 
Hawley, Joseph C. 
Hawley, Matthew 
Hawley, Peter 
Haycoelc, Benjamin 
Haycock, Frederick 
Ilavs, Luke 
Heck, John AV. 
Henderson, Hiram 
Henderson, John 
Henderson, Snider 
Heudei'son, Thomas \ 
Heusey, Henry 
Hcnsey, Henry 
Hensey, AVilliani 
Hcnwood, Daniel, sen. 

and Daniel, jnn. 
Hess, Henry 



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Hess, Jacob 

Hicks, James L. 

Hicks, I\Iary 

Hicks, Nelson 

Hicks, Nicholas 

Hill, William 

Hillier, George 

Hillier, Isaac 

llillier, Isaac 

Hillier, Jacob, sen. 

Hillier, Jacob D. 

Hillier, John 

Hillier, Norman 

Hillier, Peter 

Hillier, Peter 

Hillier, Trimian 

Hillier, William 

HiUman, Thomas 
Jlistcd, William 
Hogle, Asnhel U. 
Ilugle, Benjamin 
Ilogle, George 
Ilogle, Hannah 
Hoglc, John 
llogle, Norman 
Hogle, Sebastian 
Hogle, William 
Hogle, William H. 
HoKoboon, Charles 
Uogoboon, George 
llngoboon, Gilbert 
Ilogolioon, Isaac 
Uogoboon, James 
Ilogobonn, Liiwrenec 
Uogoboon, Stephen .. 
Holland, William 
Hooker, John 
Hopkins, John 
Hough, Asa H. 
Hough, George P. 
Hough, Henry 
Hough, Jonathan 
Hough, Lemuel 
Hough, Timothy 
Hough, Thomas 
HouKh, Willard 



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TOWNSHIP OF ERNESTTOWN. 



Houston, William II. 
Howard, WilHnm 
Huffman, Charles W 
Huffman, Henry and 

rus A. 
Huffman, Mary 
Hunt, Marcus 
Hufchens, John 
Ilutchens, William 
Hurley, John 
Hurley, William 
Hutchison, Russell 
Hyatt, Charles 
Irish, George 
Irish, James 
Irish, Jonathan 
Irish, Peter 
Irish, Seth 
Irish, Tillotson 
Irish, Wellington 
Irwin, WilUam 
Jackson, George 
James, Josiah 
Johnson, Conrad 
Johnson, Ebenezcr 
Johnson, James 
Johnson, John 
Johnson, Marcus 
Johnson, Samuel 
Johnson, Silas 
Johnson, Silas 
Johnston, James 
Johnston, John 
Johnston, John 
Joslin, Thomas 
Kaylor, Frederick 
Kaylor, Frederick 
Keller, Andrew 
Keller, Charles ' 
Keller, Zachariah 
Kclley, John 
Kelly, James 
Kendall, Clmrles 
Kendell, Job 
Kennedy, John 



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20 f Kennej', Thomas 
3 f Kent, John 
Kent, John 
1 f Kent, John, jun. 
1 f Kent, Wilham 
7h Kerby, Peter 
27 f Kerr, John & Peter 
29 f Kiley, Frederick 
37 f Kimerly, Matthew 
37 f Lafontie, Lewis 

Laidley, Jag., Wm. 
7h Jas., jun. 
ef Lake, Almira 
f f Lake, Cyrus 
27 f Lake. D. 
f f Lake, Daniel P. 
3 f Lake, Denis 

3 f Lake, Denis 
3h Lake, James 
7h Lake, John II. 

38h Lake, Lew's 
35 f Lake, Scliuvier 

4 f Luke, Silas F. 
2 f Lane, Jacob 
.5 / Langdon, Michael 

33h Lapiim, Cbauncy 
r Lapum, Hicks 
f Lapum, Jesse 
f Lapum, Nelson E. 

5 f Lapum, Kobert 
3f Lapuin, Stephen 

Latimore, William E. 
16 f Labeen, Thomas 
h Lauglilen, Benjamin 
3 f Laughleu, Henry 

34 f Langhlin, Henry 

35 f Lawler, James 
2f Lawler, Patrick 
1 f Lawson, John 

Lee, Anson 
gf Lee, Daniel 

Lee, ICdward 
13h Lee, Kdward 
37 I Lee, George 



Con. 
4 
4 

1 
1 

4 
1 

4 



355 

Lot. 
35 f 
38h 
f 
22 f 

18 f 
h 

2h 

19 f 
321i 

h 
4f 



I 32,34 f 



G 
7 
G 
G 
G 
7 
8 
4 
4 

3 
3 
1 
G 
4 
4 
4 
4 
4 



12f 
32 f 

h 
llf 
3Cf 
42 f 
2f 
Gh 
15f 

f 

if 

14f 



29 f 

31 f 

30 f 
30 f 

c, ar 

h 

33 f 
f 

28 r 

IGh 

41 f 

38 f 

39 f 
h 

38 f 

40 f 



355 



TOWNSHIP OF ERNESTTOWN. 





Con. 


Lot. 


Leo, Jolm 




f 


Lcc, Joseph 




G 


Lcc, Wesley 


5 


34 f 


Lee, William 


4 


33 f 


Lee, Willi.-im 


4 


38 


Lcmmoii, George 


5 


If 


Lewis, Hiram 





41 f 


Lewis, Jf.iiics 


4 


32 f 


Lewis, .Tamca 


G 


41 f 


Lewis, Jolm 


3 


7 


Liglitbnll, William 


3 


5h 


Link, HamiUon 


2 




Link, John 


2 


18 f 


Little, I'cter 




h 


Little, "Robert 


4 


15f 


Livingston, John 


5 


40 f 


Lloyd, Charles A. 


7 


If 


Locke, Silas 


8 


fh 


Locke, Tljaddens 


8 


dh 


Lockctt, J. G. 


1 


33 f 


Lockwood, Ezra 


4 


28 f 


Lockwood, Jonas 


6 


28 f 


Lockwood, Samuel 




f 


Longmorc, Samuel 


7 


2Gf 


Loney, Henry ^ 


5 


dOh 


Loncy, William 




h 


Losec, Joseph 


2 


h 


Loughian, John 




31 f 


Loughllu, Alexander 


3 




Love, Eliza 


8 


bf 


Love, Michael 


8 




Love, William 


8 


bf 


Love Thomas 


8 


c df 


Lovelass, John 


8 


ah 


Lucas, Denis 


3 


23 f 


Lucas, George 


3 


24 f 


Lucas, James 


3 


25 f 


Luke, James 


C 


If 


Luke, AViUiam 


G 


.4 


McCan, Jlrs. & Vi'ra. 


4 


31 f 


McCan, Patrick 


4 




McCanu, Owen 


3 


7h 


McCarty, Tillotson 


G 


h 


McCarty, Tillotson 


C 


20 f 


McCarty, Wm. 


1 


30 



McConnell, James 
McCormick, Hugh 
McCovmick, William 
MeClemcnt, David 
McDoncll, George 
McDonnell, Alexander 
McDonnell, Donald 
McDonnell, John 
McDounough, Henry 
McEwen, Isaac 
McEwen, James 
McGowen, Thomas 
McGuin, Finley J. 
McGuin, Frederick 
McGuin, Henry 
McGuin, Henry 
McGuin, John 
McGuin, Owen 
Mcfntyre, Mr. 
Melntyre, Albert 
McKechnic, James 
McKenty, John, sen., 

John, jun. 
JIcKim, James 
RfcKim, John N. 
McKini, Martin 
McLaughlen, Charles 
McLaughlen, William 
McLean, Henry 
McLochlen, Robert 
McPhcrson, George 
McPhcraon, John K. 
McPherson, Peter 
McRow, Jacob 
Mabec, Benjamin 
Mabec, Thornas J. 
Madden, Iliehard 
Magee, James 
Manconr, Francis 
Mancour, George \. 
Maiiion, Patrick 
Manor, John 
Marchan, Robert 
Murrah, William 
Marshall, AViUiam 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 


30 f 


3 


7h 




4f 


6 


39 f 


4 


32 f 


4 


32 f 


7 


17h 


4 


34 


4 


32 f 


4 




4 


40 f 




f 


4 


6f 


3 


lOf 


4 


9f 




f 


3 


40 f 


2 


19f 


4 


h 


4 

p. 


33 f 


I 


39 f 


7 


71' 


7 


Of 


7 


7f 




7h 




7 


G 


I9f 


2 


38h 


3 


3f 


2 


2f 


1 


3f 


3 


42 f 


4 


32 f 


4 


33 f 





12 f 


2 


37h 


4 


28 f 


4 


32 f 


7 


h 


4 


10 f 


22 


4,25 f 


3 




7 





TOWNSHIP or EUNtSTTOWN. 



357 



Martin, William 
Mason, S. M. i 
Mehan, John 
Mcmbry, Amos 
Membryv Frederick 
Meuor, John A. 
Metzler, George 
Miller, Aaron 
Miller, Albert A. 
Miller, Allen 
Miller, Alpheus & Geo. 
Miller, Calvin W. 
Jliller, Daniel 
Miller, James 
Miller, James L. 
Miller, John 
Miller, M. 
Miller, Mitchell 
Miller, Morris B. 
Miller, Peter 
Miller, Peter E. U. 
Miller, Samuel 
Miller, Samuel K. 
Miller, Sebastian 
iMiller, Mrs. Wm. A. 
Miller, William 
Miller, William P. 
Milligan, John 
Milligan, Hugh 
Milligan, Samuel 
Mills, Thomas 
Milsap, David 
Milsap, WiUiam 
Montgomery, Allan 
Montgomery, Ebcnezer 
Moore, Robert 
Moore, Stephen 
Alorrison, John 
Morton, Joseph 
Morton, Thomas 
Muckelson, Mr. 
Mulhatten, Patrick 
Nancarrow, James 
Nanearrow, James 
Neil, Michael 



Oon. 


Lot. 




Con, 


Lot. 


8 


ff 


Nelson, Abraham 


5 


3f 




h 


Nelson, Peter F. 


4 


4f 


7 


h 


Nelson, William H. 


5 


3f 


2 


13 f 


Nevels, Antony 





12 f 


1 


14 f 


Nevels, Cyrus 


G 


13 f 




h 


Nevels, Mitchell 


G 


14 f 


4 


33 f 


New, Richard 


4 


32h 


7 


10 f 


Nicholson, Henry 


1 


30 f 


1 




Nicholson, Ja]ncs 


2 


11 f 


7 


3f 


Orr, Nathaniel 


5 


28 f 


1 


23 f 


Osbourne, David 


7 


2 


G 


7f 


Osbourne, Uriel 




"h 


2 




Osburn, U. 


4 


31 f 


G 


35 f 


Outwators, Benjamin 


o 


10 f 


G 


Gf 


Ovens, William 


G 


38 f 


2 3,4,5f 


Parker, Nelson 





5 


1 


20 f 


Parnell, AVilliam 


S 


gf 


7 


11 f 


Parrott, Henry 


7 


13 f 


2 


lOf 


Parrott, J. M. 


4 


27h 


1 


9f 


Parrott, J. M. 


4 


32 f 


7 


G 


Parrott, James 


7 


14 f 


2 


12 f 


Parrott, John 


4 


23 f 


2 


10 f 


Parrott, John 


7 


40 f 


1 


25 f 


Parrott, Jonathan 


4 


21f 


1 


12 f 


Parrott, Jonathan M. 


4. 


22 f 


1 


23 f 


Parrott, Alaria and 






3 


11 f 


Rachel 


7 


41 f 


6 


lOh 


Parrott, Miles 


7 


41 f 


2 


18 f 


Parrott, Wesley 


1 


20 f 


1 


21 f 


Parrott, AVeslcy 


(i 


41 


G 


40h 


Patterson, James 


1 


18 


4 


41 f 


Patterson, James 


1 


19 f 


4 


gf 


Peabody, M. 


C 


39 f 




h 


Pero, Ezra 


c 


37 




h 


Pero, I'^zra 


8 


ff 


8 


af 


Pero, Wesley 




39 


4 


32 f 


Perry, A. B. 


5 


13 f 


2 


25 f 


Perry, Daniel W. 


5 


14f 




f 


Perry, David 


3 


fif 


3 


24 f 


Perry, David 




f 


4 


82 f 


Perry, Ebcnezer 


5 


11 f 


o 


h 


Perry, James 




19 f 




h 


Perry, John 


G 


■J9 f 


G 


20 f 


Perry, John 


7 


9f 


5 


lOh 


Perry, John A. 




7 



S5S 



TOWNSHIP OF EUNESTTOWN, 





Con. 


Lot, 


Con. 


Lot. 


Peny, John Fi. 


5 


13f 


Raworth, Thomas and 






Perry, Jolin W. 


3 


18 f 


William 


1 


29 f 


Perry, Nathan F. 


5 


13 f 


Raymond, Caleb 


5 


gf 


Perry, Peter S. 


4 


7f 


Redden, William 


o 


37 


Perry, Peter 


li 




Redman, Thomas 




h 


Perry, Samuel V. 




f 


Reed, Marvin S. 


4 


18 f 


Perry, AVilliam 11. 


4 


5f 


Reynolds, George 


2 




Perry, Wilham II. 


5 


12f 


Richardson, William 


4 


32 f 


Peters, Anson 


7 


27 f 


Riehey, Daniel 


1 


19 f 


Peters, Eli 


7 


28 f 


Rieliey, Horace 


1 


18 f 


Peters, George 


1 


30 


Riehey, James 


1 


18 f 


Peters, George 


(i 


25 f 


Rising, Calvin 




h 


Peters, Israel 


U 


2Gf 


Roacli, Morris 


3 




Peters, James 


G 


40h 


Roberts, David 




h 


Peters, John 


G 


41 f 


llobertson, Isaac 


5 


15 f 


Pelers, John 


G 


28 f 


Robertson, John 


5 


15 f 


Peters, Jonathan B. 


G 


26 f 


Robertson, Allies 




f 


Peters, Joseph 


4 




Rockwell, Asahel 


5 


18 f 


Peters, Joseph 


C 


25 f 


Rockwell, Sperry 


5 


21 f 


Peters, Solomon 


ti 


•J7f 


Roderick, Walter 




h 


Peters, Thomas 


G 


28 f 


Rose, Benjamin 


5 


24 f 


Peters, WilHam 


G 


28 f 


Rose, James 


5 


24 f 


Phillipx, AUiert 


1 


18f 


Rose, John 


5 


25 f 


Phillips, Allen 






Ross, Alexander 




f 


Phillilis, Lawrence 


4 


h 


Ross, Alexander 


1 


If 


Phillips, Mary 


G 


38 f 


Ross, Daniel 




f 


Prescott, George W. 


.O 


14 f 


Ross, James 




f 


Preseott, William C. 


3 


h 


Ross, John 


2 


2f 


Priest, Allen I). 


2 


4 


Ross, Joseph 




f 


Priest, Ezra D. 


2 


.Of 


Ross, Robert 




f 


Priestley, Cliarles 




3h 


Uourk, Hugh 


G 


20 f 


Priestly, Orange W. 




3h 


Rourk, Aliciiael 


.G 


20 f 


Pringle, D. Y. 


7 


29 (■ 


Rouse, George II. and 






Pringlc, William II. 


7 


27 


George 


1 


2f 


Pults, Henry 


G 


40 f 


Rutliertord, David 


1 


3Gh 


Piirdy, Joseph 




41 f 


Rutlan, Lorenzo 


8 


32 f 


PurJy, Ralph 


1 


42 f 


Ryan, Patrick 




8fy 


Purdy, Samuel 


1 




Sands, Joseph 


1 


h 


Purdy, Samuel D. and 






Saul, Albert 




C 


'' Samuel 11. 


1 


42 f 


Saul, Hugh 


4 


32 f 


Quaekenbush, Peter 




h 


Saul, William 


4 


h 


Kandolph, James 


4 


40 f 


Schermehorn, Samuel 


3 


35 f 


Eaunie, Cruuford 


C 


18f 


Scouten, Jacob 


G 


22 f 


Eaworth, George 


1 


30 f 


Seymour, Benjamin 


4 


9f 


Raworth, Heury 


1 


28 


Shales, John 


4 


31 f 



TOWNSHIP OF KRNESTIOWN. 



359 



Sharp, Adam 
Sharp, John 
Sharp, Jol^u G. 
Sharp, Lawrence 
Sharp, Lucas 
Sharp, Thomas 
Shaver, Silas 
Shaw, Alexander 
Shaw, James 
Shaw, John 
Shepherd, John 
Shepherd, Samuel 
Shewell, Edward 
Shibley, Jacob 
Shory, Cornelius 
Shory, David 
Shory, Egerton R. 
Shory, James 
Shory, James 
Shory, John 
Shory, John 
Shory, Silas 
Shoultz, Richard 
Shoultz, Solomon 
Shurtlif, /Augustus 
Shurtlif, Samuel 
Shurtlif, Stephen 
Shurtliff, William 
Shurtlif, \yilliam 
Silver, Edward 
Silver, Lewis 
Simmons, Alex. 
Simmons, Austin 
Simmons, , Benjamin 
Simmons, Ezra 
Simmons, Harvey 
Simmons, Henry 
Simmons, Henry 
Simmons, John 
Simmons, Miles 
Simmons, Myers 
Simmons, Sanford 
Simpkins, Stephen 
Smith, Alexander 
Smith, Benson 
Smith, Charles 



Ceil. 


Lot. 






Con. 


Lot. 


5 


36 f 


Smith 


'Charles' II. 


1 


2:f 


2 


8f 


Smith 


'Cornelius • 




h 


3 


14 f 


Smith 


D. C. 


4 


2.5 f 


3 


]4f 


Smith 


D. C. 


b 


39 f 


3 


Of 


Smith 


Francis 




h 


5 


42 f 


Smith 


Ira 


4 


37 f 




h 


Smith 


James 


6 






h 


Smith, 


Joel 


4 


38 f 


4 


17 f 


Smith, 


John 


4 




4 




Smith, 


John 


.O 


42 


1 


h 


Smith, 


Joseph 


4 


26 f 


4 




Smith, 


Richard 


4 


32 f 


5 


20 f 


Smith, 


Robert 


G 


21 f 


7 


32 f 


Smith, 


Samuel B. 


1 


31h 


5 


17 f 


Smith, 


Samuel 





I9f 


5 


16 f 


Smith, 


Thomas 


1 


28 f 


7 


If 


Smith, 


Tunis 




f 


1 


h 


Smith, 


William 


4 


33 f 


5 




Snider 


Abraham 




h 




1 


Snider 


Abraham 


.0 


27 f 




f 


Snider 


Adam 


5 


28 f 


6 


10 f 


Snider 


Anthony 


G 


32 f 


3 


35 f 


Snider 


Calvin 


4 


.■u f 


3 


34 f 


Snider, 


Charles 


5 


2Gf 


7 




Snider, 


Conrad 


G 


31 f 


7 


19 f 


Snider, 


D. 


4 


31f 


7 


lyf 


Snider 


David 


;-) 


30 f 


7 


201) 


Snider 


DavidiU. 




f 


8 


af 


Stiider, 


Edward 


3 


21 f 


G 




Snider 


Everett 


S 


8 


3 


42 f 


Snider 


George 


3 


20 f 


6 


38 f 


Snider 


Ira H.,: 




f 




f 


Snider, 


Jacob 




h 




f 


Snider, 


Jeremiah 


5 


26 f 


7 




Snider, 


John 


4 


3lf 




f 


Snider, 


John S. 


5 


28 f 


« 


38 f 


Snider, 


Joseph 




f 





39 f 


Snider, 


Levi 


6 


29 f 




f 


Snider, 


Lewis 




22h 


5 


39 f 


Snider, 


Miles 




3 




f 


Suider, 


NathuuF. 


4 






f 


Snider, 


Nelson 


5 


'',7f 


7 


331 


Snider, 


Peter 


4 


10 f 


i' 




Snider, 


Peter 


8 


df 


G 


38 f 


Snider, 


Robert 





30 f 


4 


5f 


Snider 


Simon 


<> 


21 f 



360 



TOWKSHIl" OF ERNESTTOWN. 



Snider, Simou P. 
Snider, Valeutiiie 
Siiidur, Wilson 
Snooke, Tunis 
Soles, Dubois 
Soles, Ilarvey 
Soles, Wesley 
Souls, Cliarles 
Spnfford, Luke C. 
Sproul, Josepli^ 
Spvoul, Mrs. Robert 
Sproulc, Kdwnrd 
Steers, 'George 
Stirling, Alexander 
Stirlinf:, diaries 
Stirling, Isaac 
Stirling, Isaac 
Stirling, William 
Stocker, Ucster 
Storms, Anson 
Storms, Archibald 
Storms, Clmrity 
Storms, George 
Storms, Gcorf;c 
Storms, Ilarvcy 
Storms, llcnry 
Storms, lliram 
Storms, Jnmes 
Storms, James 
Storms, John 
Storms, John 
Storms, Jolin 
Storms, Norman 
Storms, Orange 
Storms, Higgles 
Storms, Samuel 
Storrns, Sheldon 
Storms, Sylvester 
Storms, William 
Storr, Thomas 
StoTcr, 'Abraham 
Stover,' Henry 
Stover,'IIiram 
Stover, Jacob 
Stover, Jacob 



Con. 
4, 
5 
7 
2 

6 
G 
6 

U 
2 

7 
3 



G 
5 
5 
G 

7 

7 
5 
5 
5 
4. 
5 
7 
3 
5 
5 



Lot. 

29 f 
28 f 
19 f 
3Sf 



IGf 
42 f 

21 f 
36 f 

h 

24 1 
h 
h 

25 f 
IDh 
18 f 
32 f 

14 f 
31 h 
42 1' 
10 f 

22 f 
. f 

34 
35 f 

23 f 

31 f 
35 f 

f 
38 f 

h 
42 f 
23 f 

lit 

32 f 
29 f 
25 f 

20 f 
14 f 

21 f 



Stover, John R. 
Stover, Lewis 
Stover, Martin 
Stover, Valentine 
Stover, Zachariah 
Strong, William 
Sluart, Alexander 
Stutterford, Azariah 
Stutterford, Azariah 
Sumnierville, John ' 
Sunimerville, Joseph 
Sumnierville, Willian 
Switzer, Anson 
Switzer, Benjamin 
Switzer, Christopher, 
Switzer, Christopher M. 
Switzer, Edmond 
Switzer, Egerton R. 
Switzer, Elijah 
Switzer, John G. 
Switzer, Matthias 
Switzer, Robert N. 
Switzer, William H. 
Tahash, Henry 
Tahasb, Isaac 
Timmerman, Parker S. 
Thomas, George 
Thomas, Peter 
Thomas, Robert 
Thomas, William 
Tliomas, Wm., (heirs of) 3 
Thompson, Isaac 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, James 
Thompson, Joseph 
Tliompson, William 
Toban, Patrick 
Tooker, M. C. 
Toplif, Elijah 
Trainer, Michael 
Turney, John 
Uttiag, Edward 
Valentine, Milo 
VaiiAlstine, Barney 



don. 


Lot. 


7 


25 f 




f 


7 


25 f 




f 


7 


25 f 


G 




5 


37 f 


4 


32 f 


4 


30 f 


3 


40 f 




f 


8 


41 f 


6 


10 f 


8 


gf 


(i 


8f 


r. 6 


10 f 


7 




G 


IGl" 


6 


9f 


G 


llf 


7 


2ih 


G 




G 






h 


4 


7h 


4 


32 f 




3h 


3 


39 f 


3 


15 f 


5 


2h 


3 


151' 


G 


Cf 


3 


27 f 


G 


39 f 


G 


Gf 


G 


38 f 


5 




4 


2h 


2 


39h 


2 




3 


33 f 


4 


18 f 


4 




G 


39h 



TOWNSHIP OF ERNKSn'OWK. 



odl 



Cod. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


VanAvnom, John 


4 


321i 


Webster,. John 




f 


Vankleek, Jacob 


1 


19 f 


Webster, William 


3 


5f 


Vanluven, Chester 




h 


Webster, William H. 




f 


VanSlyck, Adderly 


4 




Wcese, Peter 


7 


13 f 


VanSlyck, B. B. 


3 


Gf 


Wells, John B. 


4 


33 


VauSlyck, Franklin 


4 


7f 


Welstcd, Alfred 


1 


30 f 


VanSlyck, Levi 


4 


Gf 


Wenip, Benjamin 




h 


VanSlyck, Martin 


4 




Whaleu, Thomas 


(i 




VanValkenburg, David 


G 


38h 


Whalen, Williani 


(i 


18h 


VanWinkle, Benjamin 


1 


27 f 


Williams, Richard 


. G 


2f 


VooWiiikle, John 


1 


27 f 


Wilson, George 


6 


20 f 


Vcuton, Anderson 


1 


19 f 


Wilson, James 


G 


20 f 


Venton, S. N. 


4 


f 


Wilson, John 


7 




Verinit, John 


5 


Gf 


Wilson, Richard 


6 




Vroman, Margaret 


4 


5f 


Wiseman, Adam 


4 


32 f 


Walker, Charles 


3 


10 f 


Wiseman, Adam 


4 


33 f 


Walker, Hiram 


4 


31f 


Wiseman, Joseph 


5 


ir. f 


Walker, Mrs. 


4 


32 f 


Wopple, John 


4 


41h 


Walker, Sidney J. 




h 


Wood, Denis 


1 


31 f 


Walker, Sidney J. 


3 


llf 


Wood, Frederick 


r, 


Hh 


Walker. AViUiam 


6 


gl' 


Wood, Jacob 


1 


27 f 


Wallace, Hugh 




h 


Wood, Neil p. 


3 


20 f 


Ward, Christopher 


G 


38 f 


Woodruff, Mary 


4 


32 f 


Ward, John 


2 


24h 


Woodruff, Joseph 


4 


32 f 


Ward, Joseph 


7 


28 f 


Wright, Daniel 


4 




Warner, Damon 


7 


3Gf 


Wright, James 


4 


19 f 


Warner, Harvey 


G 


39 f 


Wright, John N. 


■1 


32 r 


Warner, John, 


8 


ff 


Wright, Richard J. 




h 


Warner, Sidney 


G 


38 f 


Wright, U. N. 


4 


29 f 


Warner, Stephen 


7 


37 f 


Wright, U. N. 


4 


31 f 


Warner, Thomas 


8 


ff 


Wycott, Andrew 




f 


Watts, Amos 


4 


36 f 


Wyeott, Francis R. 


4 


32 f 


Watts, Edward 


4 




Yeomaus, Horace 


4 


32 


Watts, Henry 




f 


Yole, Anthony 




f 


Watts, James & George 


4 


32 f 


Yole, Anthony 


2 


41 f 


Watts, James & George 


4 


32 f 









TOWNSHIP or FUEDEUICKSBURGH. 



TOWNSHIP OF FREDERICKSBURGH. 



The township of Fredericksburgh lies in Lcnuox, nnd is bounded 
on the nortli by the to^vnship of Kichmond ; on the north-east by the • 
township of Erncsttown, county of Addiogton ; on the south by the 
Bay of Quinte ; and on the west by tlie township of Adolphustown. 
It is a small, well settled township ; the land is generally level or 
rolhug ; and the soil, loam ; while the timber is a mixture of beech, 
maple, oak, elm, basswood, &c., with a little pine. Tbe first settle- 
ments were made about 1781 , and in 1850 it contained about 2-t9S 
inhabitants, which had increased to 3370 in 18G1. It is divided into 
two municipalities, called North and South Fredericksburgh. The 
followin;; is an abstract of the agricultural returns from last census : 



RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD, 
OCCUPIERS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
FREDERICKSBURGH. ' 

Occupiers of lands — total 387 

1 acres and under ' 1 G 

10 " to 20 12 

20 " to .10 fil 

50 " to 100 173 

100 " to 200 IM 

200 " and upwards 21 

LANDS AND PRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres 418S7 

" under cultivation 27C73 

- " •' crops 21034 

•■ " pasture 6-182 

" " gardens and orchards 457 

Wood and wild lands 14214 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 1 199210 

" " farming implements 54207 

" " produce of gardens and orchards 9773 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers . . 116 

Fall wheat — acres 33 

■' ■ bushels 408 

Spring wheat — acres 8110 

•' bushels 58628 



TOWNSHIP or FRKDEBICKSBUniin. 3C3 

Barley— acres }^}^n 

•• bushels ^^^•'" 

Rye-acres /li"^ 

" hushels -^'''f 

Pcas-ncres. -•>;5» 

" bushels -^--: 

Oats— acres "' 'X 

•• bushels ' iitl 

Buckwheat— acres , „;'.-f 

bushels ISl'^S 

Indian corn— acres ■ ^ni^^ 

" bushels Idd47 

Potatoes-i^acrcs ^At^^ 

•' , bushels 3C977 

Turnips-L-aores J^ 

" bushels 2200 

Carrots— bushels : l'^;;^ 

Mangel wurzel— bushels -^i"^ 

Beans " ' ,' ' ' ,' ' ■," ', aoo 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds— bushels 4^» 

Ilay— tons "^li^l 

Hops— lbs ;• 

Flax and herop— lbs "^'^^ 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen, and steers ■ ^^,^^ 

Milch cows ' J X~ 

Calves and heifers ]'■;?" 

Horses, over three years old ^^J|i 

Value of same, in dollars »"'-^ 

Colts and fillies ^^oi? 

^^''v ■■ :::;::: 1599 

PigB ' rni7J 

Total value of live stock, in dollars ..)J i/h 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter-lbs ^'\m\ 

Cheese — lbs 27185 

Maple sugar — lbs ^^^^ 

■ CWer-gallons .j ■•• ^^^^^ 

Wool — lbs o^gc 

Fulled cloth— yards "231 

Flannel — yards gg 

Linen — yards ^n^ 

Beef-in barrels of 200 lbs ■ ~^[ 

Pork " " ^"^'^ 



3C4 



TOWNSHIP Of rREDERICKSBUUGH. 



Carriages kept for pleasure 
Value of same in dollars . . 



6 

245 

Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 149 ; Scotland, 29 ; 
Ireland, 308 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 2780 ; 
French origin, 21; United States, 82; New Brunswick, 2; East 
Indies, 1 ; I'russia, German States, and Holland, 3 ; not known, 1 ; 
total, 3370. 

Census nv Rkligion. — Church of England, C20 ; Church of 
Home, 220 ; Established Church of Scotland, 144 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 157; United I'resbyterians, 71; Wesleyan Methodists, 
813; Episcopal Methodists, 10G5 ; New Connexion Methodists, 9; 
other Methodists, 108 ; Baptists, 6 ; Lutherans, 21 ; Congrcgntion- 
alists, 9 ; Disciples, 4 ; Universalists, 57 ; No Religion, 2 ; Religion 
unknown, 19 ; others not classed, 45 ; total, 337C. 



EBEDERIOKSBURGH NORTH. 

Township Officers. — Reeve, Philip Edgar. Councillors — Simeon 
W. Perry, Xason Parks, Nelson Dollar, P. "W. Willi.inis. Clerk, 
Geo. C. Wiles ; Treasurer, Andrew Eraser ; Assessor, Nelson Wood- 
cock ; Collector, David N. Parks ; Constable, Nelson Lloyd. 



Anderson, John P. 

John L. 
Anderson, Thomas 
Armstrong, Edward 
Armstrong, George 
Armstrong, Lancelot 
Baird, E. 
Baird, John 
Baird, Wm. & Samuel 
Baker, Henry & Rich. 
Barnhart, Charles 
Barnhart, Martin and 

Samuel 
Barnhart, Peter and 

Samuel 
Barriger, William 
Blakely, Albert 



COQ. 


Lot. 


& 






f 


,'; 


14f 


4 


8f 


4 


8f 


4 


10 f 


4 


14f 


6 


13f 


r, 


13 f 


U.4 


7f 


5 


lOf 


3 


8f 


3 


7f 


5 


3f 


5 


2h 



C 


on. 


Lot. 


Botting, Henry 


7 


23h 


Bowen, Daniel M. 


3 


gh 


Bowerman, Henry 


4 


3h 


Bowers, George 


4 


11 f 


Briggs, James 


7 


17 f 


Briscoe, Benjamin 


4 


25 f 


Briscoe, Nathan 


4 


21 f 


Brooks, Thomas 


5 


27h 


Brown, D. B. 


4 


25 f 


Brown, Isaac 


5 


f 


Brown, W.andE. 


3 


2f 


Carl, John, and Michae 






Gleeson 


7 


20 f 


Carscallau, George 


G 


14 f 


Carscallan, Isaac, Thos 






G. and John C. 


4 


12 f 


Carscallan, Luke C. 


4 


12 f 



TOWNSHIP OF FREDnniCKSnUUGH. 



.3G5 



Con 
Carscallan, Luke and 

James 
Chamberlain, James and 

Maitland 
Chamberlain, John and 

S. G. 
Chambers, Charles 
Chambers, Thomas 
Chambers, Thomas 
Chambers, William 
Chapman, William 
Clark, James M. 
Close, Hugh 
Close, James 
Close, James A. 
Cole, James 
Conners, Moses 
Cooneyhar, Cornelius 
Costigan, M. 
Crabb, Wm. &Wm. II. 
CuUcn, James 
Curie, Heury I. 
Curie, John 
Curie, John S. 
Cuinmings, John 
Derby, William 
Dctlor, George & John 
Detlor, >ViUiam S and 

George 
Dibble, Joseph & John 
Dibble, Orin 
DoUer, Charles 
Doller,, Lewis F. 
Dollcr, Nelson 
Donohoe, Francis 
Dunbar, John 
Dupree, Francis and Syl- 

vcstfr 
Edgar, Ferdinand 
Edgar,, John, William 

and Augustus 
Empcy, Nathan 
Farrell, Mrs. 
Fichctt, James 
Fields, John, jun. 



Lot. 



G 10 f 



20 f 

19 f 
10 f 

Of 
23 f 
23 f 

20 f 
4f 

19 f 
23 f 
19 

6f 
20h 
19h 
20h 
13 f 

18 f 

19 f 

20 f 
20 f 

22 f 
25 f 

2f 

20h 
2f 
2h 

23 f 
23 f 
22 f 
17f 
2lf 

8f 
f 



4 


13f 





14 f 


7 


17h 


3 


Uf 


4 


Gh 



Fields, John, sen. 
Files, Albert J. 
Files, John M. 
Finkle, George 
Fiiikle, George 
Fletcher, AVilliam 
Forshee, Geo. & Peter 
Fraliek, R. R. 
Fralick, Smith 
Fraliek, Wm. S. 
Eraser, Andrew ~ 
Eraser, George 
Eraser, James 
Frctz, Ebeuezer 
Frink, Robert 
Gallop, Widow 
Gait, James D. 
Gates, Hannah 
Getty, John, & Wm. U, 
Glass, Alexander and 

Charles Drydcn 
Gleeson, John ■ 
Gleeson, Michael 
Gordonier, J. L. P. 

Grand Trunk Uailw.iy 
Company 

Grey, David 

Grey, Thomas 

Grey, William 

Ilanly, George 

Ilanly, John 

Ilanly, John 

Ilanly, Samuel 

Ilanly, Samuel 

Ilanly, William 

Ilanly, ,WdHam I. C. 

llavn, Donald 

Ilarn, Ebenezcr P. 

Ilarn, Henry 

Harris, C. S. 

Ilauley, Henry A. 

ILiulcy, Joseph 

Ilauley, Renben 

Hawley, Andrew W. 

Hayek, Augustus 



on. 


Loi. 


4 


Gf 


7 


23 f 




25 f 


3 


llh 


4 


14. f 


7 


23 f 


C 


15 f 


5 


27 f 


4 


26 f 


4 


20 f 


5 


20 f 


7 


23 f 


5 


20 f 


U* 


24 f 


4 


5f 


7 


23 f 


4 


3h 


4 


Gf 


G 


23 f 


5 


If 


7 


ISh 





lOh 


C 


28 f 


4,5 


,G,7 f 


4. 


22h 


5 


7U 





18h 


4 


Ih 


3 


3f 


5 


5f 


4^ 


10 f 


5 


2f 


4 


19 f 


<; 


5f 


4 


23 f 


4 


23 f 


5 


18 f 


G 


15h 


7 


20h 


3 


281. 


7 


27 f 


C 


241i 


4 


10 f 



60 



TO^'NSnlP OF FaEDKRICKSDURGH. 



Con. Lot. 

Il.iyck, Burgher 4 71i 

Hayek, r.iul 4 6 f 

Uenry, Alexander 7 23 f 

Henry, John 7 24f 

Herns, George C. g2&3h 

Henis, Jason 4 llh 

Herns, Tlioraas 3 8 f 

Hess, Jaeob 7 25 f 

Hess, James G 21 f 
Hough, John N., W. H. 

and Jaeob 1 If 
Howell, Chester 4 20 f 
Howell, Paul 5 4 f 
Howell, William A. 5 4 f 
Huff, Thomas 5 9 f 
Huflfinau, Geo. •& Michael 6 15 f 
HuiTman, Hiram & John 4 4 f 
Humi)luey, Orlando G 14h 
Hyck's, Peter 5 12 f 
Jaekson, Jason & Jona- 
than 4 10 f 
Joyce, James 3 12 f 
Joyce, John 5 11 f 
Joyce, Richard 4 13 f 
.Toyee, Thomas 5 10 f 
Joyce, AVilliani 4 11 i 
Joyce, William U. 5 f 
Keech, Augustus & Nel- 
son 5 12 f 
Keech, V. 5 10 f 
Keliar, :Michacl 4 G f 
Kcllar, Peter 3 2 ( 
KclloL'g, lUchard 4 7 C 
Kinkly, Henry 7 201i 
Lake, James P. 4 15 f 
Lambert, James 6 22 f 
Lindsey, L. 4 10 f 
Lindsey, William H. 4 lOh 
Lloyd, George 4 6 f 
Lloyd, Nelson 5 19h 
Loucks. Abraham and 

James 7 23 f 

Loucks, Jacob 7 23 f 

Loucks, Jacob and A. 7 23 f 

Loucks, John .7 24 f 



Loucks, Reuben 
Lowry, Charles 
Lowry, Robert 
Lucas, Elijah 
Lucas, George 
Lucas, George 
Lucas, John G. 
Lucas, Timothy 
MeCabc, Cyrenius 
McCabe, Eli & Michael 
MeCabe, Elias & P. W. 
MeCabc, Henry & Philip 4 
McCabe, John W. 
McCaw, Robert 
McCoy, Alex, and John 
McCov, James and A. B. 6 
McCullough, Neil 
McDonald, John 
McForlen, Andrew 
McForlen, Joseph 
McKim, Archibald 
McLiver, Donald 
McNeil, Widow 
McQuillan, Robert 
McWoin, Samuel and 

John 
Mackay, Archibald 
JIaddcn, Robert & Wm. 
Mair, George 
Meagher, James 
Miller, Charles 
Miller, Mrs. Jane 
Miller, John 
Miller, Samuel 
Miller, William E. and 

Samuel 
Millon, William J. 
Moore, David 
Muir, Widow 
O'Brien, Richard, Jolin 

and Archibald 
Cutwater, U. & N. 
Parks, David 
Parks, David 
Parks, E. & P. 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


23 f 


C 


23 f 


6 


23h 


5 


19h 


4 


3f 


5 


21 f 


4 


ISf 


4 


21 f 


3 


llh 


4 


If 


4 


2f 


p4 


2f 


3 


1 f 


7 


19h 


1 5 


3f 


. e 


20 f 


G 


161. 


G 


19h 


4 


14 f 


4 


ICf 


C 


2Gf 


5 


2Gf 


7 


22 f 


G 


21 f 




8h 


4 


10 f 


. G 


26 f 


4 


11 f 


7 


20h 





26 f 


G 


23 f 


G 


25 f 


4 


2f 


5 


12 f 


4 


af 


3 


llh 


4 


25h 


7 


21 f 


4 


13 f 


4 


Cf 


4 


IGl 


4 


9f 



TOWNSHIP 01' rUEDERICKSDUnGll. 



3C7 



, Con. Lot. 

Parks, Imn & Jason 4 3 f 

Parks, Jas. C. & John F. 3 If 

Parks, Mauson 4 g f 

Parks, Milo 5 lOf 

Parks, Milo, 4 G f 

Parks, Nicholks 4 15 f 

Parks, Williani 4 5 f 

Parks, Wm. H. 3 9 f 

Perry, B. B. ' 4 2G f 

Perry, Daniel F. 4 27 f 

Perry, Ebene2;dr R. .4 27 f 

Perry, XL R. ' 4 2G f 

Perry, Jauies' 4 27 f 

Perry, Simeon'W. 4 27 f 

Pierson, T. '■■ 7 20h 

Post, Isaac P. 4 24h 

Post, Jacob & AVm. W. 4 If 

Post, James F., 3 1 f 

Post, Lcvi'^ ' 5 ISh 

Post, Reynard' 4 1 f 

Quackenbusli, Andrew 7 24 f 
Quackeiibush, N. P. and 

Phillip Edgar, '4 3 f 

Rennip, John 3 7 f 

Rennie, Robtirt 7 19h 

Ricliarils, George 5 17b 
Kicliarilsan^ Asu, John 

and Micn'ncV 5 G f 

Tlobinson, Jiirnes 7 21h 

Robinson, John 24h 
Robinson, Thos. sen. and 

Thomas, juu. 3 12 f 

Roblin, David G 21 f 
Pioblin, Jaeob, & Alonzo 

W. 3 2h 

Rombough, JMia M. 4 17 f 
Rose, Archibald and 

Wm. A. • 5 IGf 

Rothuell, J(imc3 6 19h 

Schryver, Colin 4 17 f 

Schryver, Jacob 1 17 f 

Scott, William 7 21 f 
Shannon, Martin, Mar- 

cial & Bidtos C. 3 9 f 

Sharpe, Elisha 4 11 f 

Sheirs, Edward 5 If 



c 


on. 


Lot. 


Sherman, Robert 


3 


Gf 


Slieuman, JIartin 


7 


lOh 


Shorey, Jobn W., Rufas 






A. Sc J.anies 


7 


29 f 


Shorey, Miles, sen. and 






Miles, jun. 


7 


29 f 


Sills, Martin 


4 


7f 


Sills, Nelson 


4 


lOf 


Smith, Elias 


4 


25 f 


Smith, George L 




25 f 


Smith, John & Jacob 


4 


2Gf 


Smith, Robert 


7 


24U 


Smytb, Tliomas H. 


4 


lib 


Spencer, E. & S. 


4 


11 f 


Spencer, Joliu 


4 


12 f 


Steward, Widow 


G 


22 f 


Switzer, Daniel 





21 f 


Thistlclhwaitc, Stephen 


4 


18 f 


Thompson, Williain 


3 


Ch 


Tierney, John 


7 


17h 


Tobias, John 


4 


20h 


Tomly, Michael 


4 


27h 


Toohey, William 


4 


ISh 


Unger. Daniel 


7 


25 f 


VanAIstine, Abram and 






Jacob 


.7 


25 f 


Van.Vlsline, Garrett 


7 


2 t f 


VanAIstine, George 


4 


24h 


VanAIstine, James, 


4 


lb 


Van.Vlstine, James, sen. 


7 


2.'?f 


VanAIstine, James, jun. 


7 


^T' ^ 


VanAIstine, William 


7 


23 f 


Wagar, John (estate of] 


4 


7 


Wagar, Thos. & Jas. 


4 


9f 


Wales, Robert 


G 


ISh 


Wales, Robert, sen. aud 






Robert, j>in. 


G 


21 f 


Wamsley, Andrew 


5 


13h 


Wells, James 


7 


27 f 


Wells, Stephen & Allan 


7 


27 f 


Wells, Thomas & J. 


7 


28 f 


Wheeler, Widow 


^7 


20h 


Wilde, G. C. & Andrew 


6 


12 f 


Wilkisnn, \V. II. 


G 


20 f 


Williams, D. P. & David 


27 f 


Williams, Edward 


■i 


3h 



368 



TOWNSHIP OF FREDERICKSBURGH. 



Wilson, Adam 
AViiidrow, John 
Woodcock, Abraham 
AVoodcock, Gilbert and 
Nelson 



Con. 

7 
7 
5 



Lot, 1 
gh 
25h 
13 f 


llf 



Woodcock, Nicholas 
Woodcock, Nicliolaa J 
Wright, Robert P. 



Con. 

5 
. 5 

4 



Lot. 
llf 
9f 
22 f 



FllEDERICKSBURGH SOUTH. 

Township Officers. — Reeve, Ira Uam. Councillors — Dand 
Clute, Solomon Wright, Andrew D. Fraser and Henry Ilufl'man. 
Clerk, Ryerson Sills ; Treasurer, Edwin Mallory ; Collector, Robert 
Cadmnii ; Assessor, Elias Clapp. 



Aleumbrack, Jacob 
Alcumbrack, Philip 
Aleumbrack, William 
Alexander, Philip 
Allison, Cyrus R. 
Ashton, John 
Asylstine, George 
Asylstinc, Jacob 
Asylstiue, Nicliolas 
Banks. George 
Raverstock, Cl'.nrles 
Eeaslev, William 
Bell, John S. 
Benn, Conrad 
Bcnn, Jacob S. 
Benn, Valentine 
Blackley, George 
Blacklcy, John 
Blackley, William 
Box, Frederick L. 
Brennan, Joseph 
Brcthen, Henry 
Brethcn, Thomas 
Brcthen, William 
Brisco, Benjamin 
lirisco, Mrs. JIary 
Brislow, George 
Brison, John G. 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 


17 f 


2 


f 


3 


IGf 


•1 


h 


1 


9h 


1 


20 f 


2 


18 f 


1 


13 f 


3 


llf 


3 


h 


1 


h 


1 


h 


3 


19 f 


2 


9h 


2 


h 


2 


llh 


1 




2 


h 


1 


23 


2 


5f 


3 


25b 


1 


h 


3 


2ih 


3 


h 


3 


27h 


3 


20 f 


1 


h 


3 


13 f 



Bristle, John W. 
Bristle, Peter 
Bristow, AVilliam II. 
Britler, James 
Britton, William 
Brown, Baldwin 
Brown, David L. 
Brown, Henry 
Brown, Stanford 
Buis, William ' 
Burns, Thomas 
Coalpeck, John 
Cadman, G. 
Cadman, James 
Cadman, Jacob 
Cadman, Joshua 
Cadman, Robert S. 
Campbell, Andrew D. 
Campbell, Andrew D. 
Cane, James 
Canhan, John A. 
Carey, James 
Carnohan, Samuel H. 
Carnohan, Thomas 
Caviller, Thomas 
Chalmers, AVilliam 
Chamberlain, John C, 
Charlton, Amos 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 


23 f 


3 


23 f 


3 




1 


h. 


2 


9h 


2 


2h 


2 


h 


2 


f 


2 




1 


7h 


2 


h 


2 


20h 




I. 


11 


h 


1 


lOfh 


2 


If 


2 


7f 


scn.l 


f 


• jr.l 


I7h 


1 


14 f 


3 


h 


1 


h 


. 2 


h 


3 


12 f 


2 


4h 


2 


6f 


. 1 


fh 


1 


25h 



TOWNBniP OF FREDEIlICKSnURGn. 



369 



Charlton, Hiram 
Chartus, George N. 
Chartus, AVilliam 
Clapp, Charles D. 
Clapp, Elias 
Clapp, Elias 
Clapp, Henry L, 
Clapp, Henry 'J^. 
Clapp, Irvin; 
Clnpp, Mrs. John 
Clapp, Reuben B. 
Clapper, George 
Clapper, George 
Clariugble, Hqipy P. 
Clark, Herbert 
Clark, James i 
Clark, Johu A. 
Clark, Robert B. 
Clark, AVilliam 
Clute, David A., 
CUite, Henry t. 
Clute, John F. ' 
Clute, John G. 
Cole, Edward 
Cole, Henry 
Cole, John ];i. 
Conner, Michael 
Crinian, Mjchsel 
Crinian, Patrick, 
Crughton, Frederick 
Crughton, Thomas 
Cummings, Owen 
Carle, John ,,; 
Dafoe, James ' ; 
Dafoe, John M. 
Dafoe, Peter V'. 
Dafoe, Wilson 
Dafoe, Zenas 
Davis, Archibald C. 
Davy, William H. 
Denner, John R. 
Denner, Joseph 
Denner, Theophilus 
Detlor, Bayard 
Detlor, George L. 

24, 



on. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


1 


25h 


Detlor, John J. 


3 


21h 


2 


f 


Diamond, Abraham 


2 


4f 


2 


IGh 


Diamond, Andrew 


3 


8f 


I 




Diamond, Andrew N. 


3 


9f 


2 


f 


Diamond, B. 


2 


{ 


3 


h 


Diamond, Barnabas 


2 


f 


1 


9h 


Diamond, James A. 


2 


Ii 


2 


8h 


Diamond, John B. 


2 


2f 


2 


h 


Diamond, John AV. 


2 


4h 


3 


13 f 


Diamond, William F, 


2 


f 


3 


13h 


Diamond, AVIllian II. 


3 






h 


Dingnow, John 


2 


24h 




ISh 


Ditlor, St. George 


o 


12 f 




h 


Downey, Robert 


1 


12 f 






Downey, Thomas 


1 


fh 




f 


Doyle, John 


1 


llh 




llh 


Doyle, Patrick 


1 


h 




h 


Embury, Andrew 


3 


h 




2f 


Embury, Dorland 


3 


4h 




f 


Embury, James E. 


3 


h 




17 f 


Embury, AVilliam II. 


3 


f 




22h 


Englisli, Anthony 


2 


20h 




f 


Fitchett, James 


3 


2t 




12 f 


Fitchctt, John 


2 


7f 




12h 


Fitchett, Mary Ann (heii-s 






12 (■ 

h 


Fltz|)utriek, Thomas 


2 
2 


7 
h 




Ih 


Forbes, David 


3 


If 




Ih 


Foster, Daniel D. 


1 


h 




f 


Fraser, Andrew D. 


2 


19 f 


3 


18 f 


Fraser, Daniel D. 


2 


f 


2 


h 


Fraser, James JI. 


2 


22 f 


3 


191. 


Fralick, AVilliam S. 


3 


24 


3 


h 


Freeman, AVilliam 


1 


h 


3 


f 


Fretis, Allen B. 


3 


f 


3 


12 f 


Fretts, Lewis 


3 


h 


3 


Oh 


Fretts, AVilliam C. 


3 


2.1 f 


3 


h 


Fretts, AVilliam B. 


3 


18 f 


2 


llf 


Gait, James 


1 




1 


f 


Gait, .lames 


1 


h 


1 


21 f 


Gait, Jnhn B. 


2 


Ih 


1 


20 f 


Gait, AVilliam 


2 




1 


h 


Gannon, AVilliam 


3 


17 f 


3 


f 


Garrison, Martin L. 


2 


12 f 


3 


h 


Garrison, Marvel 


.?. 


Hf 



370 



TOWNSHIP or FREDERICESnuaCH. 



Hildieck, Jolin 
Hill, John N. 
Hill, William 
Hill, William 
nimmeily, Geo. & Juo. 
Himmeily, John 
flipper, Jolin 
Hogibone, Allen 
HosUins, Alex. 
Hoskins, James 
Hoskins, Jului 
Hough, Martin, sen. 
Hough, Martin 
Hough, John G. 
Houston, Robert 
Howard, Charles N. 
Howaril, Kdward 
Howard, Kdward 
Howard, Henry O. 
Howard, Richard 
Huff, George 
Huffman, Cyrus B. 
Huffman, Henry 
Iluffnnil, Jaeob 
Ingersoll, Isaac 
Ingersoll, Miirshall II. 
Ingersoll, William H. 
Ironsides, James 
Ironsides, John 
Joice, Richard 
Joiee, William 
Keller, David 
Killer, Henry 
Kinklcy, George 
Kitcliwell, Richard 
Lapoint, Henry B. 
Lapoint, William 
Lasher, BidwcU 
Linn, Miles 
Lloyd, Amos 
Lloyd, George 
Lloyd, Hiram 
Lloyd, John C. 
Lloyd, Richard, N. 
Lloyd, Simeon 





Oon. 


Lot. 


Garrison, Pliilip 


2 


f 


Garrison, I'hilip M. 


2 


Oh 


Genge, Richard R. 


2 


27 f 


German, Andrew 


3 


14h 


German, William 


1 


13h 


Gifford, William 


3 


17 f 


Ginge, Walter 


o 


4f 


Gordon, Henry 


1 


h 


Gray, James 


3 


ICh 


Gray, Peter 


3 


h 


Green, Arnold 


O 




Green, A«a 


I 


h 


Green, Edward 


o 


Ih 


Green, John C. 


2 


1 f 


Green, Joshua 


1 


10 h 


Green, William 


1 


r 


Griliith, David 


2 


3h 


Griffith, John 


2 




Griffith, Philip D. 


2 


h 


Grove, Andrew 


1 


h 


Gimnlus, Joseph E. 


1 


9fh 


Haight, Isaac J. 


1 


lOf 


Hall, Attlmr 


2 


lOf 


H.il!, John 


3 


h 


Ham, Donald 


3 


24 f 


Ham, George 


1 


fh 


Ham, Ira 


o 


18 f 


n.ini, Simon 


3 


23 f 


Ham, William 


3 


23h 


Ham, William T. 


1 


Of 


Ham, Zina 


3 


22 f 


Harwood, George 


1 


2fh 


HarwooJ, John 


1 


1 


Haslett, John 


2 


11 f 


Ilawley, Charles 


2 




Hawley, Charles H. 


3 


25h 


Uav.ley, George 


3 


4h 


Ilawley, George D. 


3 


2Ch 


Ilawley, John C. 


3 


f 


Ilawley. Joseph C. 


3 


2Gf 


Hawley, Sheldon 


2 


h 


Hawley, William 


o 


8h 


Hendrick, Kdmund 


2 




Henry, James 


2 


h 


Hickey, Edward 


3 


f 



Con. 


Let. 


3 


20h 


1 




1 


IGf 


3 




2 


27h 


2 


27 f 


1 


14fh 


1 


12h 


1 


h 


1 


12h 


1 


12 f 


2 


6f 


•2 


12h 


2 


12 f 


3 


h 


1 


2[f 


I 


12f 


1 


13 f 


1 


f 


1 


h 


2 


2f 


2 


2Gh 


I 


25 f 


2 


llf 


1 


fh 


1 


Ch 


I 


h 


1 


ISU 


1 


h 


1 


l> 


2 




3 


20 f 


3 


h 


2 


22h 




llh 


3 


12!i 


1 


8h 


1 


8f 

I, 


1 

2 


II 


2 


171. 


2 


l/h 


2 


I7f 


2 


17f 


2 


17 f 



■rovvNsnip of fiiedericksduugh. 



371 



Loyst, Abraham 
Loyst, George 
Loyst, Henry ' ' 
Loyst, Henry 
Loyst, Henry M. 
Loyst, James L. • ' 
Loyst, John ■ ''•• ' 
Loyst, John , 

Loyst, Michael D. ' , . ' 
Loyst, Peter " 

Loyst, Peter ' ' 

Lovst, Philip ' ' 
Loyst, William H'." ' ' 
Lucus, Albert 
McAnaney, Patrick 
McCarting, Robert 
McConkey, John ' 
McDonald, Jamcjs . 
McDonald, John 
McDowal, Roberf 
McEwan, James 
McLaughlin, Robert 
Mallory, Edward 
Maliory, John , 
Margin, Daniel , 
Mash, Benjamin 
Mellon, Samuel' ", 
Meyers, Jacob ' , 
Meyers, James 
Meyers, Nicholas 
Milor, Anthony ' 
Milor, Patrick 
Morey, Bentiu B. 
MuUett, Benjamin' 
Neilson, Allen * ' 
Neilson, John 
Neilson, Thomas 
Neilson, Mrs. Thomas 
Nugent, Arnold J. ' 
Nugent, Mrs. Jolni 
Nugent, Robert 
Nugent, William T. 
Oliph.ant, John ' 
Olipbant, John Lt 
Palmer, Francis 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 




3 


7h 


3 


4f 


3 


Gf 


3 


4h 


3 


3h 


3 


21 


3 


7f 


3 




2 


h 


3 


3f 


3 


6h 


3 


h 


1 


13h 


3 


7h 


1 




3 


h 


3 


10 f 


I 


h 


1 


41'h 


2 


If 


1 




2 


f 


2 


4h 


1 




2 


18h 


2 


h 


I 


llf 


1 


llh 


1 




2 


17h 


3 


h 


3 


2.'ih 


2 


If 




8fh 




8fh 




23 f 




f 




f 

Ml 




1 l\ 

ih 



Parkes, Moses 
Parks, Philander 
Phipjiin, Charles 
Phippin, Richard 
Phippin, William 
Pringle, Andicw 
Pringle, Ira 
Pruyn, Oliver T. 
Pryner, Angus 
Quackinbush, Bernard 
Ratan, David 
Ratan, Jacob 
R^mdcll, Charles 
Rickley, Henry 
Riekley, Jacob 
Rickley, William H. 
Rikeley, William 
Rikeley, William 
Robertson, Robert 
Robinson, David 
Robinson, James 
Robinson, William 
Roney, John 
Ross, David M. 
Rutlege, John 
.Salisbury, John 
Scriver, C'lristtpher 

Scrivcr, Jacob S. 

Seott, Miss Jessie 
Scott, Robert O. 

Seymour, lion. Benj. 

Seymour, Hon. Benj. 

Seymour, Hon. Benj. 

Sharp, Abram 

Sharp, Andrew 

Shewmau, Baltis C. 

Shewman, Martin 

Sicker, William 

Silliman, James 

Sills, Conrad 

.Sills, Donovan 

Sills, George B. 

Sills, E. R. 

Sills, Escott 

Sdls, Maurice 



Con. 


Lot. 


3 




1 


I3h 


I 


f 


1 


2fh 


1 


2fh 


o 


7f 


2 
1 


5f 


1 
3 


h 


o 


I7h 


2 


If 


3 


f 


O 


h 


3 


If 


3 


f 


3 


Ih 


1 


ICf 


1 


Kill 


2 


7b 


2 


12 f 


.2 


h 




llf 


1 


h 


3 


h 


1 


2-lh 




i'^. j 


• 


jU i 


.1 




3 


h 


I 


( 


1 


18 f 


1 


f 


1 


f 


1 


15f 


1 


lOf 


3 


24 f 


3 


8h 


3 


7f 


O 


l(if 


1 


4fh 


1 


fh 


1 


14 f 


1 


4fh 


2 


5h 


1 


4(h 


2 


lOb 



372 



TOWNSHIP OF FREDERICKSBURGQ. 



Sills, Sylvester 
Sills, Vi'illiam B. 
SimiDOiis, Nicliolas 
Slor.ne, J.imes A. 
Sloane, John 
Sloane, Riclmrd 
Sloane, Thomas 
Slonne, William J. 
Smith, Ilirnm 
Smith, William 
Sparks, William 
Spearing, Henry 
Spencer, George G. 
Spencer, James W. 
Stevenson, John 
Strawbridgc, John 
Strawbridge, John II 
Tavincr, AHVed 
Tavincr, George 
Taviner, William E. 
Thompson, Theodore 
Tinkle, Ira 
Torns, John 
TugwcU, Giilcon 
Turkle, William 
Urquhart. Donald 
Urquharl,. John 
Vanderwatcrs, Pavid G. 
Venderwaters, Francis 
VauderHaters, John 
Vandcrw.iters. Stej)hen 
Vancott. John 
Vandujck, Ilenry 
Veuion, Luke 
Wager, Allen 



Con. 


Lot. 


1 


4h 


2 


5f 


1 


h 


o 


13 f 


1 


3h 


1 




1 




1 


f 


2 


h 


2 


lOh 


2 




1 


h 


3 


2h 


3 


2f 


o 


5 1 


1 


7f 


1 


7h 


2 


9h 


2 


h 


o 


h 


\ 


12 h 


1 




2 


8h 


1 


h 


1 


( 


1 


f 


1 


Ih 


i. ?. 


h 


3 


10 1 


2 


Gh 


1 3 


41 


2 


lit 


1 


9lh 


3 


h 


2 





Wns;er, Ephraini 
Wager, Ilenry W. 
Wager, Robert 
Wager, Jacob 
Walts, David 
Wells, Jacolj 
Wells, Robert 
Wheeler, Joseph H. 
While, Charles 
White, John B. 
White, Robert 
White, William 
Wiilmcr, .lohii 
Wilson, John 
Wood, Robert 
Wright, George A. 
Wright, Solomon 
Youngs, .\nio3 
Youngs, Casper 
Youngs, Ehzal)eth 
Youngs, Ilenry 
Youngs, Ilirnm 
Yomigs. Hiram 
Youngs. Hiram 
Youngs, James 
Youngs, Joseph T. 
Youngs, .1 . B. & David 
Youngs, Peter B. 
Youngs, Philip 
Youngs, Philip 
Youngs, Richard 
Youngs, Robert 
Youngs, Stephen 
Youngs, Sylvester 
Youngs, Tobias 



Oon. 


Lot. 


2 


3f 


2 




2 


h 


2 


3f 


2 


llh 


2 


h 


] 




3 


20 f 


1 


l.-ih 


3 


3h 


3 


3f 


2 


h 


1 


h 


1 


h 


3 


h 


1 


3h 


1 


3f 


2 


h 


2 


h 


1 


f 


2 


17h 


1 


h 


2 


h 


2 


17h 


1 




1 




S. 1 


h 


1 


13 f 


1 


5h 


3 


h 


1 


Cf 


I 


Cf 


1 


f 


1 


h 


2 


17f 



TOWNSHIPS OP KALADAIl AND ANGLESEA. 



37S 



TOWNSHIPS OF KALADAR A^D 
ANGLESEA. 



"The townships of Kaladar and Anglesea are situated about the 
centre of Addinuton, and united for municipal purposes. The town- 
ship of Knladar'is bounded on the north by the township of Ang.esea; 
on the ea5t by the township of Kennebec, county of Frontenac ; on 
the south by the township of Shelheia ; and on the west bv tne town- 
ship of Elzevir. 6onnty of Hastings. Anglesea is bounde.'. on the 
north by the townsliip of Effingham ; on the cast by the township of 
Barrie, county of Frontenac ; on the south W the township o. Kala- 
dar; and on 'the west by the lowuship of G"'"^'>\°7''; . ^^^f^ °i 
Hastin.'S. In 18CI these townships cont.aiued 12G6 inhabitants ; and 
below we give returns of agricultural produce from last census : 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, L.\NDS HELD, 

. OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIPS OF 

KALADAR AND ANGLESEA. 

156 
Occupiers of land — total g 

20 acres to .'lO .n, 

50 " 100 '"g 

100 " 200 g 

200 '' and upwards 

LANDS -AND PROmJCE. 

^ ,, . ' C0.3S3 

Amount held in acres j^gjg 

Amount under cultivation j^^^. 

"ops 38R 

•• pasture g 

" gardens and orchards > i«-'34 

Wood and wild lands ••■■. 80479 

Cash value pf farms in dollars 2321 

" ' farming implements ■.. ' ". 

<• produce of gardens and orchards ^^ 

Fall wheat — acres -gg 

<• bushels g.y 

Spring wheat — acres ^-5^2 

" bushels ]^5 

Barley— acres ^gg 

" bushels 



37-4 



TOWNSHIPS OF KALADAn AND ANGLESEA. 



Rye — acres 5-! 

" bushels CU9 

Pens — acres IOC 

" bushels 2084 

Oats — acres ". 309 

" bushels CyOG 

Buckwlieat — acres 'lo 

bushels 207 

Indian corn — acres 41 

bushels 604 

Potatoes — acres 184 

bushels 14904, 

Turnips— acres C6 

bushels 0583 

Carrots — bushels 58 

Mangel wurzel — bushels, 3 

Beans — bushels 17 

Clover, timothy aud otlier grass-seeds — bushels C 

Hay — tons 93 

Hops— lbs 47 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 15G 

Milch cows 165 

Calves and heifers 188 

ITorscs, over three years old 70 

Value ofsiimc in dollars 4470 

Colts aud miies 2 

Sheep 123 

Pigs 319 

Total value of live stock, iu dollars 14154 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTUUES 

Butter— lbs 11855 

Cheese— lbs 1515 

Maple siigar— lbs 11931 

Wool— lbs 311 

Fulled clolh— yards 139 

Flannel- yards 284 

Beet— in barrels of 2001bs 143 

Pork— " " 164. 

Carriages kept for pleasure 1 

Value of same in dollars '. 100 

Census by Oricix. — England and Wales, 77 ; Scotland, 38; Ire- 
land, 175; Natives of Canada, nut of French origin, 053; United 



TOWNSHIPS OF KALADAU AND ANGLESEA. 



1)75 



States, 13 ; New Brunswick, 1 ; Prussia, German Stales, and Holland, 
2; Russia and Poland, 3 ; all other places, 3 ; at sea, 1; total, 1200. 

Census by Religion. — Church of England, 208; Church of 
Rome, 394 ; Established Church of Scotland, 45 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 15; United Presbyterians, 4 ; WcslcyanMethodists, 440; 
Episcopal Methodists, 74; Baptists, 0; Lutherans, 5; Quakers, 12; 
Bible Christians, 50 ; no religion, 7 ; Total, 12GG. 

Township Officers.- — Council meets at Flinton. Reeve, E. F. 
Dunham. Councillors — George Peoples, Archibald Campbell, Alex. 
Sednre, John O'Donnell. Clerk, John Bryden, sen. Treasurer, 
Thomas Sedore. Collector, Christopher Empey. Ai^sessors — J. Smith 
and George Seouteii. 





Oon. 


Lot. 


Ahbotf, William 


9 


31 f 


Abrams, Edwin 


5 


29 f 


Allan, Joseph 


r a 


C( 


Alport, Abram 




lot 


Alport. Henry 




9f 


Amal, Francis 


C 


4 1 


AndrcS Samuel 


1 


23 f 


Andre, Thomas 


1 


24 1 


Armstrong, James 


8 


32 f 


Armstrong, James 


r ft 


20 1 


Armslrong, Jessie 


7 


(if 


ArmsUong, Roderick 


6 


41 


Amy, John 


7 


17 f 


Amy, Joseph 


7 


71 


Barr, Andrew 


I 


14 1 


Ban-, John 


1 


14 f 


Biirr, Matthew 


1 


14 i 


Baseall, Joseph 


5 


22 f 


Baseall, William 


5 


22 1 


Beckwith, James 


3 


22 f 


Benny, Joseph 


r a 


10 f 


Benny, William 


r a 


f 


Birket, Lawrence 


7 


20 f 


Boast, Thomas 


1 


fi) 


Bocn, C. 


6 


221 


Bo-art. A. L. 





13 t 


Bo3art, Charles 0. 


11 


14 f 


Bo-ait, D. A. 


10 


Of 


Bognrt, 1). 1). 


9 


101 


Bogart, Harry 


10 


44 1 


Bourke, David 


6 


21 



Bourke. Michael 
Bousley, Louis 
Bously, Francis 
Bously, Francis, jim. 
Bradshaw, .Tovemi.ili 
Brndy, William 
Brctliertou, George 
Brosher, Ch.iiles 
Bryden, Ailnrn 
Bryden, Joliii, sen. 
Bryden, John 
Bryden, Robert 
Cadiiinn, As:i 
Cadman, Ilnskcll 
Campbell, Archibald 
Campbell, William 
Caiiiiiff, Josepii 
Carscillan, James 
Carscallan, J. A. 
Carseallan, John A. 
Carscallan, J*. 
Casabo, I'eter 
Casada, John 
Cassad.a, Tliomas 
Chamberlaine, James 
Ch.'.pnian, Richard 
Cliown, & Cuiminsham 
Clark, Bdibins 
Clark, George 
Clark, Lcoaaid 
Cole, O. 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


4f 


4 


21f 


r a 


1 


r n 


If 


5 


32 f 


2 


23 f 


5 


25 f 


4 


20 f 


1 


21 f 


1 


21 i 


2 


21 f 


1 


21 f 


G 


10 f 


a 


li)f 


G 


If 


'i 


2tf 


1 


3f 


7 


l?,f 


7 


13 f 


•1 


22 f 


7 


15 f 


;! 


21f 


7 


21 f 


7 


22 f 


8 


27 f 


1 


IGf 


1 8 


20 f 


r a 


IGf 


1 


13 f 


3 


17 f 


r a 


3f 



576 



TOWNSHIPS OP KALADAR AND ANCLESEA. 



Conner, Willliam 
Connera, William 
Crngin, Denis 
Cragin, Patrick 
Cumming3, C J. 
Cummings, C. W, 
Dafoe, Daniel 
Davidson, Robert 
Dempsey, Willirm 
Dillenbeck, John 
Disislettes, Trancis 
, Disislettes, Joseph 
Disislettes, Nazairc 
Dodge, William 
Dorian, Levi 
Dunham, E. F. 
Dunham, Kphraim 
Dunham, John B. 
Edgar, Philip 
Ellis, John and Sam'I. 
Ellis, William 
Enipy, Christopher 
Empy, Epliraim E. 
Empy, Fletcher 
Fay, John and Thoma3 
Flint, nilla 
Flint, Billa 
Flint, C. R. 
Flint. John B. 
Forbes, Aicx. 
Forbes, George 
Forbes, Jolin 
Fox, Charles 
I'reeborn, James 
French, William 
Gannon, Denis 
Gannon, John 
Gannon, William 
Gannoj, Patrick 
George, Thomas 
Grant, Charles 
Grey, Uobert 
GrcV, William 
Hall, James 
Iltslcr, Henry 



Con. 


Lot. 


r a 


23 f 


r a 


12 t 


5 


5f 


4 


5f 


r a 


27 f 


r a 


27 f 


1 


15 f 


3 


19 f 


r a 


f 


10 


24 f 


3 


22 f 


5 


30 f 


3 


22 f 


r a 


28 f 


5 


23 f 


7 


29 f 


7 


27 f 


7 


28 1 


9 


25 f 


11 


30 f 


10 


29 f 


7 


21f 


7 


22 f 


7 


2If 


3 


19f 


1 


8f 


4 


21 f 


4 


74 f 


5 


3f 


7 


14 f 


7 


Mf 


7 


13 f 


10 


27 f 


3 


24 f 


•1 


23 f 


5 


y f 


5 


8f 


2 


lor 


3 


9f 


I 


20 f 


3 


2r. f 


8 


31 f 


8 


31 f 


r a 


u f 


!) 


20 1 



Con. Lot. 

Hinds, John 2 20 f 

Hinds, William 2 20 f 

Holland, William 7 21 f 

Holly, Andrew r a 2(j f 

Holly, Peter r n 26 f 

IIolt,F. 4 20 f 

Hornick, Thomas 3 27 f 

Howell, D. 9 26 f 

Hunt, Cornelius 5 6f 

Hunt, Daniel 6 5 f 

Hurst, Joseph 7 5 f 

Jackson, Calvin r n 28 f 

Jayne, James A. 8 26 f 

Jayne, John & James 10 2fl f 

Jellet, Leonard r a 1 

Jennings, AVilliam 10 27 f 

Joumans, Jay 5 If 

ICenafeck, William 4 8 f 

Kcenan, Morris r n 4 f 

Kennelly, Jeremiah 7 32 f 

Kenny, John 2 15 f 

Lane, James r a 30 f 

Lansing, Gabriel 4 28 f 

Lansing, John 4 25 f 

Lnzaras, Moses 5 20 

Lazara, Peter 3 23 f 

LeBichiux, Alfred -5 28 f 

Lesly, James 23 f 

Lloyd, Elias 5 21 f 

Lowrie, Thomas 3 20 f 

Lynch, John r n 9 f 

McCamcron, George r a 8 f 

McDonald, George 3 27 f 

McDonald, John 7 9 f 

McDonald, S. & R. C 3 f 

MoFadden, James 2 18 f 

McLnekie, M''illiam 1 23 f 

McMillen, Donald r a 19 f 

Maynard, Richard r a 24 f 

Mellon, Samuel C 21 f 

Mellon, William 6 22 f 

Miller, Alexander 8 31 f 

iMiller, Francis r a 7 f 

Miller, Philip W. 6 21 f 

Mills, William 5 22 f 



TOWNBnira of kaladar and anglesea. 



377 



Con. 
Mills, Z. 5 

Milne, James ^ 1 

Morton, Joseph 7 

Morton, Tlioniaa 7 

MulvehiU, Patrick 7 

Murphy, James 2 

Nevil, Michael 6 

O'Brien, Christopher ra 
O'Donnell, John 
Oliver, Robert 
Orr, Charles 
Parks, Ira V. 
Parks, James 
Parks, James 
Parks, John 
Parmer, John 
Parsons, John 
Peebles, George, sen. 
Peebles, George, jun. 
Peebles, John 
Perry, Henry 
Perry, William 
Philips, John 
Philips, Lawrence 

Philips; Patrick 

Post, George 

Post, Robert 

Presly, J. 

Prime, A. & A. 

Prime, Frederick 

PurccU, Henry 

Purdy, Alfred 

Purdy, John F. 

Purdy, Thomas F. 

Putsiam, Louis 

Qnackinbush, Peter 

Ralhburn, IL B. 

Reed, Abljah 

Reed, Absalom 

Reed, Ben. 

Reed, James and Henry 10 

Reed, Joseph 2 

Reed, Solomon 2 

Reed, Thomas 1 

Eeed, William 2 



3 
1 

7 
7 
9 
9 

10 
G 
8 
1 
2 
I 
5 
7 
1 
J 

r a 
3 
3 
9 



10 
10 

n 

9 
4 
r a 
8 
2 
2 
2 



Lot. 

2J f Remo, Jeremiah 
17 i Roach, Daniel 

7 I Uoaeh, John S. 

8 f Rnblin, Owen 
32 I lioy, Janus 

17 f Ruttan, Elien 

2 I { Rutinn, Mallliew 
13 f Ruttan, William 
10 f lUililT. Frederick 

18 f Sargent, Isaac 

22 f Scouton, F. F. 

19 r Scouton, Georgo 

23 f Scouton, S. 

23 t Scouton, S. B. 
30 (■ Sedun, Alexander 

2 f Sedon, Isaac 
10 f Sedun, Jonas 

12 t Sedon, Richard 

13 f Sedon, Thomas 
101 Seeds, Edward 
22 f Selden, F. 

13 I Seward, Morgan 
Silman, Uobert 
Sirnson, Thomas 
2 r Smiih, B. F. 

28 f Smith, F. II. 

29 ( Smith, James M. 

20 f Smith, John 
27 f Smith, John 

27 t Smith, Rev. Mr. 

24 f Storing, Isaac 

25 f Swect.OaviJ 

25 f Tapping, Thomas 
24 f Thompson, Erving 
22 I Thompson, John 
17 f Thompson, John 
24 f Thom])son, W.iltcr 
22 f Thompson, William 

21 f Todd, Thomas 

22 (' Turner, Robert 

31 f Wadington, Robert 

20 f AVager, Lester 

21 f Wager, William 

22 f Wall, Charles 
20 f Wallace, William 



Con. 


Lot. 


r a 


10 f 


5 


7f 


G 


7h 


4 


29 f 


r a 


2lf 


7 


23 f 


7 


23 f 


9 


25 f 


7 


22 f 


5 


20 f 


7 


lOf 


G 


9f 


7 


15 f 


7 


11 f 


3 


18 f 


3 


19 f 


3 


17 f 


3 


17f 


4 


20 f 


5 


31 f 


7 


J5f 


7 


24 f 


7 


2(if 


1 


19 f 


1 


17f 


1 


17f 


1 


17f 


6 


29 f 


8 


28 f 


r a 


21 f 


4 


19 f 


7 


I9f 


r a 


37 f 


5 


31 f 


1 


12f 


(> 


14 f 


2 


15 f 


7 


23 f 


<» 


17f 


8 


26 f 


3 


26 f 


5 


23 f 


3 


26 r 


C 


20 f 


r a 


22 f 



37i5 


TOWNSHIP or RICHMO.NU. 








Con. 


Lot 




Con. 


Lot. 


Wnlsh, E'Jmond 


8 


2.-) { 


Winham, William 


1 


9f 


Weir, William 


2 


U)( 


Winters, John 


r u 


18f 


White, John 


3 


23 f 


Wood, Jolm 


4 


24 f 


White, Jolm 


2 


Hf 


Wycott, Andrew 


2 


261 


Williams, George 


7 


20 f 


Wycott, Andrew 


3 


20 f 


Williams, John A. 


7 


2-1 f 


Yannah, Charles 


6 


3f 


Williams, Nelson 


3 


22 f 


York-, David 


4 


27 f 


Wilson, Andrew 


2 


24 f 


York, M. 


5 


21f 


Wilson, James 


9 


Gl" 


York, Z. 


5 


21 f 


Wilson, Thomas 


2 


2:if 









TOWNSHIP OF RICHMOND. 



The township of llichmond is situated in the county of Lennox, and 
bounded on the north by the township of Hungerford, county of 
Ilastings ; on the cast by the township of Camden East, county of 
Addiiigton ; on the .soulh by the township of Fredcricksburgh ; and on 
the west by the township of Tyendeuaga, comity of Hastings. The 
face of the country is rolling, and commenced settling about the year 
1790. In 1817, it contained about 300 inhabitants, which had 
increased in IbOl to.SlSO. From the crop of 18-19 were produced 
14,800 bushels of wheat, 14,000 bushels of rye, 18 000 bushels of 
oats, 9,000 bushels of peas, 10,000 bushels of potatoes, 0,000 lbs. of 
maple sugar, 11,000 lbs. of wool, and 19,000 lbs. of butter. Here 
follows abstract of agricultural returns from last census : 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTUHAL PItODUCE, LANDS HELD. 
OCCUPIEKS OF LAND, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OP 
RICHMOND. 

Occupiers of land — total 421 

1 acres and under II 

10 " to 20 11 

20 " to 50 76 

r,0 " to 100 198 

100 " to 200 113 

200 " and upwards 12 



TOWNSHIf or IlICHMOND. 



Vi 



LANDS AND TRODUCE. 

Amount held in acres ^^^oD 

•I ". under cultivation ^u.iui 

" crops ^If^ 

•• pasture ';^'^ 

" •■ gardens and orchards -■'" 

Wood and wild lands ^H-^A 

Cash value of farms, in dollars -ZoJ, 

" " farming implements iZoi 

■< •' gardens and orchards S'''^-' 

Quantity of land held by townspeople not being farmers. ... 14- 

Tall wheat— acres 

bushels ^^°;^ 

Spring wheat-acres - ^ 

" bushels '"Jj^^ 

Barley— acres . „, 

bushels '?lf,:i 

„ „ 1/07 

Rye-acres 23812 

" bushels O009 

Peas-acres. • • ■ 2G177 

" t»^'"^'^ 20C9 

Oats-acres. ; ,5328 

bushels "^yj, 

Buclcwhcat — acres \"i)\:, 

" bushels "„ . 

Indian corn— acres „ ._ 

bushels '^^,'^ 

Potatoes-acres ^yor^ 

" bushels 23 

Turnips-acres ^pg^ 

^ " ^"'f'f^ :■■.:. 43,'-.5 

Carrots — bushels jj^j^ 

Mangel-wurzel — bushels jy^ 

Beans — bushels ■,■■","■■/■, •jri 

Clover, timothy, and other grass seeds- bushels ^_^J^ 

Hay— tons Jyo 

IIOJIB — lbs .jjQ 

Flax and hemp — ^Ibs 

LIVE STOCK. 

210 

Bulls, oxen, and steers ^^^^ 

Milch cows 10'-12 

Calves and heifers gy^ 

Horses, over three years old 58891 

Value of same, in dollars 



380 



TOWNSHIP OP RICHMOND. 



Colts and fillies 351 

Sheep 4148 

Pigs 1477 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 124377 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butter— lbs 115980 



Cliccse — lbs 



8909 



Maple sug.ir — lbs 19.'J55 



Cider — fjallons 

Wool— lbs 

Fulled cloth — yards 

Flannel — yards 

Linen — yards 

Beef iu barrels of 200 lbs . . 
Pork •' 

Fish — salted in barrels . . . . 
Carriages kept for pleasure 
Value of same in dollars .. 



C93 

12658 

2188 

6924 

25 

307 

U97 

23 

21 

oao 



Census by Origin. — England and Wales, 73; Scotland, 43; 
Ireland, ,'^94 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 2789 ; French 
origin, 5; United States, 143 ; New Brunswick, 3. — Total, 3450. 

Census dy Religion. — Church of England, 690 ; Church of 
Home, 383 ; Establislied Church of Scotland, 101 ; Free Church of 
Scotland, 40 ; United Presbyterians, 39 ; Wcsleyiin Methodists, 1370; ■ 
Episcopal Methodists, 7C4 ; New Connexion Methodists, 2 ; Baptists, 
8; Lutherans, 12 ; Quakers, 2; Universalists, 8 ; no religion, 14. — 
Total, 34.")0. 

Township OFiicEns. — Reeve, Thomas Sexsmith ; Councillors, 
Roben Dcuison, George W. M.ndole, William Caton, A. II. Roc ; 
Clerk, William Vallean, sen.; Treasurer, John W. Sefcsmitli ; Col- 
lector, Frederick K. Oliver ; Assessor, Borland Jackson. Council 
meets at the Town-hall, Sclby, 





Con. 


Lot. 


/ 


Con. 


Lot. 


Abrams, Isaiah 


19 


h 


Allison, Irvlu 




8f 


Abrams, John 


19 


h 


Anderson, Catharine 


5 


yf 


Adams, Robert 


9 


Of 


Anderson, George 


5 


y 


Alien, Albert 


11 


lOf 


Anderson, William 


5 


9 


Allen, James 


U 


ICf 


Andrews, David 


5 


21 f 


Allison, Amos II. 


3 





Arnold, James R. 


8 


13 f 


Allison, llcnrv B. 


2 


3f 


Arnold, John 


8 


15 f 


Allison, Henry B. 


3 


7f 


.Armstrong, Henry 


7 


tii 


Allison, Henry B. 




&f 


Armstrong, Henry 


8 


71 



TOWNSHIP OF nirUMOND. 



381 



Aull, Joseph 
Aylsnorth, Jonathan 
Ayrheart, (Uiarlcs 
Ayrheart, Richard 
Babcock, Sylvester 
Baker, Robert 
Baker, William 
Balance, William 
Baldwin, George 
Baldwin, Elijah 
Baldwin, Samuel 
Balentine, John 
Balcntine, Peter 
Barkley, John 
Barry.Alcxander 
Bartles, James F. 
Bartles, James F. 
Bartles, William G. 
Barton, -■Vndrew 
Barton, William 
Bean, John L." 
Beekwith, William 
Bee man, Truman 
Bicman, William 
Bceman, Williain 
Beeiiian, William 
Bcdl, John 
Bell, Timothy'' 
Benn, FIctchtr 
lUlin, Hugh 
Benn. lln(;h 
Benn, James 
Benn, John ' , 
Benn, Milo 
Beini, Norman 
Benson, Garret 
Biggar, William J. 
Black, William 
Blute, James 
Blute, .lames 
Blute, John 
Blute, Paul 
Booth, James, 
Booth, John, , 
BoQth, Wjlliam 



Booth, Wilson 
Bowen. Abraham 
Bow en, Alex. C. 
Bowen, Edgerton 
Bowen, Henry 
Bowen, James 
Bowen, John M. 
Bowen, john S. 
Bowen, John W. 
Bowen, Luke 
Bowen, Marsh.al 
Bowen, Robert 
Bowen, Steward 
Bowen, Thomas 
Boyd, Archibald 
Boyd, George 
Boyd, James 
Bradbhaw, Asaliel 
Bradshaw, David 
Branden, Jolm 
liridgman, Thomas 
Briggs, Bennni 
Brown, .\m03 
Hrown, Avety 
Brown, Joseph 
lirown, Thomas 
lirownson, George 
Brownson. George 
Brownson, George 
Brownson, Samuel 
liumhdnr, Robert 
Bnrk, John 
Bulk, Richard 
Bundiour, Martin 
Bush, David 
Bush, John J. 
Bush, Zenice 
Bush, Zenice 
Bush, Zenice 
Campbell, John 
Campbell, John 
Card, Eclg'rlon 
Carlnn, Patrick 
Carlton, Robert 
Carnahau, Joseph 



Con. Lot. 


11 


13 f 





2h 


1 


Ifh 


2 


2fh 


3 


If 


1 


Ifh 


o 


lib 


2 


Ifh 


■2 


Ifh 


2 


2fh 


1 


Ifh 


1 


2fh 


1 


If 


1 


3fh 


5 


21 f 


9 


4f 


3 


10 f 


8 


lOf 


8 


lOf 


10 


If 


C 


21f 




19h 


o 


14 





20 f 


7 


lOfh 


9 


7f 




h 


O 


14. f 


3 


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10 


8f 





23 f 


C 


25 f 


9 


20 f 


G 


21 ' 


G 


21 


C 


21 f 


7 


18 f 


7 


21 f 


4, 


IGf 


5 


17 f 


10 


20 f 


2 


8fh 


3 


lOf 


3 


llh 



3S2 



TOWNSHIP OF niCHMOND. 



Cnrscallaii, Craig 
C'nrscallan, Edward R. 
Cnricallan, James 
Carscallan, Thomas M. 
Carscallan, William 
Cartwvigbt, Richard J. 
Cartwright, Richard J. 
Casey, Thomas 
Cassada, John 
Caiwell, Henry 
Caton, Archibald 
Cnlon, Archibald 
Caton, Archibald 
Caton, Archibald 
Caton, Nathan, 
Caton, Wdliam 
Caton, Wm. & Nathan 
Caulder, Mark 
Chalico, William 
Chamberlain, Charles 
Chamberlain, Thos. B. 
Chapman, William 
Chatterion, David 
Chatterson, James 
Chatterson, John 
Chatterson, John P. 
Chatterson, Jno. & Wm. 
Chatterson, William 
Chisiiolm, Alexander 
Chisholm, John 
Clark, Benjamin 
Clark, Ilerschcl 
Clark, Joseph 
Clark, Thomas 
Clark, William 
Clement, Cornelius . 
Wine, Jacob 
Cline, James 
Cliiie, John 
Cline, I'eter 
Cline, Philip 
Conger, John 
Conger, Peter 
Conger, Peter B. 
Conner, George 



Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot 


c 


I9f 


Coughlin, Peter 


10 


10 


G 


19 f 


Cuughlin, Thomas 


10 


10 


C 


13f 


Conghlin, Timothy 


10 


lOf 


G 


19 f 


Cring, David 


8 


18f 


G 


19 f 


Cring, Solomon 


7 


14 f 




f 


Cronk, Walter S. 


3 


4f 


7 


12 f 


Cunningham, Michael 


2 


19h 


'!• 


If 


Dafoe, Abraham 


9 


21 f 


'i 


14 f 


Dafoe, Caleb 


4 


20 f 


1 


2h 


Dafoe, Calvin 


<J 


18 f 


3 


18 f 


Dafoe, Conrad N. 


3 


15f 


3 


10 f 


Dafoe, Daniel 


5 


ICf 


18 


f 


Dafoe, David 


5 


2'jh 


4 


18f 


Dafoe, Emanuel 


9 


19f 


3 


20 f 


Dafoe, John 


5 


2lh 


3 


19 f 


Dafoe, John N. 


lU 


14 f 


20 


h 


Dafoe, John N. 


11 


13 f 


4 


21h 


Dafoe, Nelson 


5 


IGf 


2 


4f 


Dafoe, Peter 


9 


18 f 


3 


12 f 


Dafoe, William 


5 


17h 


3 


11 f 


Daley, Charles 


7 


7fh 


3 


211. 


Daley, Denis 


1 


5fb 


3 


8f 


Daley, Edward 


7 


7fh 




fh 


Daley, George 


1 


4fh 




(h 


Davis, Hiram N. 


8 


14 f 


o 


Gf 


Davis, John E. 


8 


Hf 


o 


Of 


Davis, John N. 


4 


20h 




fh 


Davis, Josc|)h 


8 


14 f 


O 


Ifh 


D.ivis, Leonard 


9 


14 f 


2 


Ifh 


Davis, Leonard 


10 


14 f 


10 


15h 


Davis, Rensselaer 


7 


If 


7 


17 


Davis, Stephen 


10 


Uf 


7 


15 f 


Davison, James 


9 


14 f 


7 


ir.f 


Davison, Robert 


9 


lOf 


7 


14 f 


Davy, B. C. 




lyu 


1 


2h 


Dawson, William 


5 


25h 


4 


4f 


Daynord, Peter 


3 


19f 


3 


13 f 


Dean, Deforest 


4 


24 f 


3 


13 r 


Dean, George 


4 


25 


3 


13 f 


Dean, John 


4 


24 f 


3 


13 f 


Dean, Nelson 




lib 




17fh 


Dean, William 


2 


15 




17fh 


Delinc, Dorland 


U 


10 


o 


19 h 


Deline, Eliza A. 


9 


13 f 




13fh 


Deline, Jacob A. 


8 


Uf 



TOWNSHIP OF niCIIMOND. 



383 



Oon. 

Deline, William H. 8 

Demorest, George 4 

Demorcst, James 4 

Demorest, William 4 

Denison, Amos 8 

Dennee, Antoine 7 

Denison, Daniel 5 

Denison, Daniel E. 8 

Denison, George 8 

Denison, James R. 8 

Denison, John W. 4 

Denison, John W. 4 

Denison, Nancy 4 

Denison, Nathan 8 

Denison, Rensselaer 6 

Denison, Robert 4 

Denison. Robert G 

Dctlor, Benjamin 7 

Detlor, Benjamin 8 

Detlor, Samuel McL. 4 

Dctlor, Thomas 5 

Detlor, William V. 2 

Detlor, William V. 6 

Dewitt, Martin 8 

Dewitt, Thomas 8 

Dier, Thomas 4 

Donevan, Andrew 10 
Donevin, Cornelius, sen. 5 
Doiievin, Cornelius, jun. 5 
Donovan, Thomas 
Donovan, Thomas 
Douglas, Henry 
Doxec, Sylvester 
Doxee, Thomas W. 
Doyle, James, sen. 
Doyle, James, jnn. 
Doyle, John 
Doyle, John 
Driver, John 
Dulyea, Peter 
Duncan, Hugh 
Dunning, A. B. 
Dunning, A. B. & George 

Dunwoody, Archibald 1 

Dyan, Charles 5 



Lot. 
12 f Edwards, William 

1 ( Ellingham, William 

2 f Embury, George 
2 f I Embury, John E. 

7 f Embury, Thomas E. 
1 G f I Embury, Thomas 

8 f Embury, William E. 
8 f Empy, Charles 

7 f Empy, Daniel 

8 f Empy, George 

1 9 f Empy, James I". 
21 f Emp)', John 

19 f Empy, John W. 

9 f English, John M. 

23 f English, Nancy 

24 f English, Robert 
23 f English, William 

1 7 f Evans, George W. 

18 f Evans, Henry 
13 f Ewing, John 
irh Ewing, William 

5 f Fairburn, John W. 

20 f Eairburn, William 
5 ( Fcnncll, Edward 

.■) f Fennell, Thomas 
18 f Ferguson, Jolni 
5 f Files, Mahichl 



19 f Fincgan, Patrick 



19f 

Gf 

7f 

15f 

3fb 

3fh 

5t 

4f 

4f 

11 f 

IGf 

5fh 

17 f 

17 f 

19h 

Ch 

22 f 



F^inegan, Thomas 
Flack, Charles 
Fletcher, Lewis 
Fletcher, Robert 
Fletcher, William 
Foote, John 
Forward, Henry T. 
Foster, Rinaldo 
Fraliek, Peter 
Frazer, D.iniel 
Frazer, George A. 
Frcdman, Henry 
French, James 
Fretts, Jacob 
Fretts, Jacob 
Fretts, John 
Fretts, Joseph 



Con. 

7 
G 
G 
G 
6 

3 
6 
3 
6 
. 3 
3 
5 



9 
3 
3 

8 
3 
9 

8 
7 
7 
2 

5 
7 
7 
3 
3 
9 



9 
U 
3 
3 
2 
7 
2 
G 
G 
6 



Lot. 
19h 
25 f 
19 f 
16f 
ICf 
19 f 

8f 
18 
23 f 
18h 

2f 
17 f 

If 

2 

2f 
2 

If 

9h 

Of 

22 f 

30 f 

15f 

19f 

3f 

3f 

20h 

17 f 
If 
3 
7U 

28 f 
14 f 
12 f 
13h 
10 f 
8f 

18 f 
27 f 
27 

Gf 
21 f 
8f 
fh 
fh 
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384 



TOWNSHIP 01- RlCnMOND. 



■rowNSiiii' ov r.R-n.MOND. 



385 



Frctts, Nelson 
Fretta, Peter 
Fretts, Peter & Wm.l 
Frizzeil, Nelson 
Fiizzell, Nelson 
Frizzeil, Wellington 
Funnel, John 
Garret, AVillinni 
Garrison, 13. 
Garrison, James 
Garrison, Martin U. 
Garrison, Martin R. 
Garrison, Peter L. 
Garrison, William 
Garrison, William 
George, Frederick 
Gibhanl, Jolin 
Gibbarcl, William 
Girvin, James 
Girvm, 'I'liomas, sen. 
Girvin, Thomas, jnn. 
Gorlauil, Jolui 
Grahams, James 
Grahams, William 
Grange, George 
Grange, John T. 
Grange, Thomas 
Grieves, William 
GmBth, Franklin M. 
Grooms, Allen 
Grooms, Allen 
Grooms. John 
Grooms, John 
Grooms, Nelson 
Grooms, Nelson 
Grooms. William 
Gunn, John & Daniel 
Ilagiir, Emerson 
Haines, .^Ipheus 
Haines. .\I|iheus 
Haines, C. S. 
Haines, Uaniel 
Haines, George 
Haines, J-ihii 
Haines, Mary Ann 
Haines, William 



Con. 
G 
4 

;. 3 

5 
C 
G 
G 
4 
3 
3 
G 
7 
7 
8 
7 
10 

14 
U 
11. 
10 
2 



Lot. 


fh 


7f 


25 1' 



11 


2i 


1 (■ 


7 1 


11 f 


]7h 


171 


l!ll 


19 1 


1G( 


1 1 


10 1 


12 1 


20 1 


fh 


111 


11 f 


151 


12 1 


151 


151 


21 1 


211 


21 1 


21 f 


J!)h 


51 


111 


51 


Ih 


5 1 


fh 


11 1 


17lh 


l!)h 


24 


24 1 


!)( 


21 1 


24 1 


21 1 


24 1 


21 1 



Haines, William 
Hall, William 
Hall, William 
Hall, William F. 
Hall, William G. 
Hall, Philip 
Ilallcnbeck, John 
Hannah, Sampson 
Hannah, Sampson 
Ham, William 
Harris, John 
Hart, Alexander 
1 1 aw ley, Jacob Q. 
Ilauley, John and Wil 

liarn 
Hnznrd, Alvah 
H;izard, William E. 
Henderson, David 
Henderson, John 
llendrick, Patrick 
Hepburn, James 
Hepburn, James 
Herns. Ueubcn 
IK rns, Thomas 
Herrins, John 
HeHitt, John 
Hick. Walter 
Hicks, George A. 
House, Steward 
Howes, Thomas 
Howes, Tiiouifts 
Hudgin, Ezekiel 
Huilgin, Ira 
Hudgin, James 
Hudgin, Moses 
Hudson, John 
Hudson, William, sen, 
Hudson, William, jun. 
Huif, Kliakim 
HufT, Samuel, sen. 
Hu(T, William & Samuel 
HufTinaii, Isaiah 
Hughes, Augustus 
Hunhcs, .lolin H. 
Hughes, Thomas G. 
Hunt, William Y. 



Con. 


Lot. 


6 


24 f 


2 


12 f 


7 


20 f 


7 


20 f 


7 


101 


7' 


10 f 


4 


24 f 


4 


IGf 


5 


17f 


2 


4f 


7 


15f 


10 


20 f 


3 


27h 


3 


28 f 


4 


13 


4 


13f 


2 


31 h 


3 


3f 


2 


If 


9 


Gf 


10 


7f 


JO 


19 


10 


19 




9( 


G 


4f 


7 


21 f 


8 


1.1 f 


11 


6 


10 


Cf 


7 


14 f 


4 


1(1 f 


4 


lOf 


4 


lOf 


6 


13f 




12fli 




I2rh 




i2rh 


2 


I9h 


3 


17h 


1 


19U 




iOfh 


7 


lUf 


9 


20 f 





20 f 


6 


20 f 



Jackson, Dorland 
Jackson, Walter S. 
James, Charles 
Jaynes, Henry 
Jaynes, James A. 
Jaynes, John 
Jaynes, Rachel 
Jenkins. Fdwaril 
Jenkins, William 
JoUey, Thomas 
JoUey, William 
Jones, Gilbert II. 
Jones, Robert 
Jordan, Matthew 
Jordan, Michael 
Jordan jSIichael 
Joy, Wilder 
Joyce, George 
Kellar, James 
Kennet, Nathaniel 
Kennedy, Charles 
Kennedy, William 
Kerr, Abraham B. 
Kerr, Pearson 
Killorin. Hugh 
KiUorin, James 
Killorin, Thomas 
Kininierly, David 
Kimmerly, Edward 
Kimmcrly, Garret 
Kimmerly, George 
Kiirmerly, Ira 
Kimmerly, Jacob 
Kimmerly, John 
Kimmerly, William 
"Kimmerly, William 
Kindell, Jesse . 
King, Joel 
Kinnet, Nathaniel 
Lasher, Allen 
Lasner, Daniel 
I asher, Joseph 
Lake, AVm. T. 
Leach, Thomas 
Leggctt, Abraham 

25 



on. 


Lot. 




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o 


.1 I 


5 





H 


20 f 


3 


ICf 




131 




13 f 


3 


IGf 


4 


18 f 


8 


If 


4 


9 1 


4 


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15fh 


4 


.'.h 


G 


8 1 


7 


91 


8 


Gf 


2 


19b 


5 


17 f 


8 


17b 


10 


IKf 


G 


llh 


9 


101 


3 


Hh 


3 


HI, 


7 


121 


8 


131 


8 


13 f 




fb 




fh 




fh 




Sfb 


2 


2r 




81 h 




81b 




7fb 




71b 


8 


llh 


8 


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9 


IHI 


7 


15f 


y 


12 1 


9 


11 1 


7 


131 


17 


f 


9 


14 f 



Co 



Lot. 



Leverton, James 

l.loyd, James D. 

Loeliead, Matthew 

Long, George 

Long, George 

Loughlin, George, sen. 

Longhlln, George, jun. 

Loughlin, James 

Lucas, Timotliy 

McAllister, Adam, jun 

Mc.Mlister, ..\dam 

Mc.Vllistcr, Adam 

McAllister, Hugh 

Mc.Vllisier, John 

Mc.Vrlhy, James 

Me.\idey. Daniel 

Mc.\idey, ILnry 

McAuKy, Henry 

Me.Auley, John 
Patrick 
Tobias 
Edward 
George 
Jamas 
Joh'i 



Mc.Voley, 
M.AnlcV, 
Melinde, 
.Mcllriile, 
McBiide, 
Mcliride, 
Mcllride, John 
McUride, Peter 
Mct'ainbridge, James 
Ml Cambridge, Patrick 
MeC'ambriJge, Patrick 
MeCanu, Bryan 
iMe(."olium, Juiui 
.McColluin, Thomas 
McCounell, Alexander 
MeConnell, Alexander 
iMcConnell, ("harlcs 
Mc("onucll, James 
MeConnell, ■'nines 
MeCiiniiell, Joim 
MeConnell, Jciin 
Mc(?un;jell, William 
.MeCormiek, James 
McConniek, William 
MeCulloiigh, Joseph 
McCuiubcr, Asa 



1 


18f 


7 


22 f 


2 


Gf 


2 


fh 


7 


7f 


7 


7f 


8 


3f 




12U 


G 


1 


(.i 


1 r 


7 


If 


2 


2fh 


2 


2rh 


9 


r,( 


7 


2f 


S 


I 


8 


If 


8 


1 f 


7 


iif 


5 


23 f 


7 


6f 


7 


5 


6 


22 f 


7 


Sf 


7 


Of 


7 


.If 


;4 


5f 


«.» 


4fh 


3 


5f 


:i) 


9f 


7 


lOh 


7 


lOh 


7 


22 f 


U 


4 


11 


4 


9 


inf 




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10 


18 f 


11 


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4f 


c 


13 f 


G 


14 f 


G 


Ih 


G 


15 f 



38(1 



TOWNSHIP OF nicHMO.Nn. 



TOWNSHll' Of niCIIMOND.' 



387 



Con. Lot. 



McCumbcr, Humphrey 
McCumber, Ilumplirev 
McFarlftiu. Darid 
McGinnis, Arthur 
McGinnis, Arthur 
McGimifSS, Hobert 
McGinncss, Robert 
McGreer, Archibald 
McGrcer, Charles 
McGrcer, D.-iniel 
McGreer, Thomas 
McGrecr, Thomas 
McIIciiry, Daniel 
McIIcnry, Daniel 
Mclhvain, .Tamea 
McKcnny, Thomas 
McKillop, John 
McKillop, .Tolm 
McKillop, John 
McICim, Daniel 
McKim, John 
McKim, John 
McKim, Lewis 
McKitrick, Jamc3 
MeKitriek, Rebecca 
MeLou'^lilin, Terence 
McMatli, Jnmea 
McMullan, William 
McMuUen, John 
McMullen, William 
McNeill, Daniel D. 
McNeill, Francis 
McNeill, John 
McNeill, Neil 
McNeill, Neil 
McNeill, Neil, sen. 
McNeill, Neil, jun. 
McNeill, Neil and John 3 
McNeill, Robert 
Mcl'hcrson. Donald 
Madden, William 
JIadill, Aaron 
Madolc, George W. 
Mndole, George W. 
Mahood, John 
Mahood, John, jun. 



4 


7f 


.'i 


5f 


9 


13 f 


9 


lOh 


9 


IGf 


5 


21 f 


5 


10 f 




17 f 


1 


5f 





20 f 


4 


If 


14 


fh 


5 


If 


7 


Gf 


5 


15 f 




19h 


f 
1 


7h 


8 


10 f 


8 


llh 


G 


ISf 


4 


21 f 


5 


21 f 


4 


17f 


7 


14 f 


(! 


17 f 


7 


7f 


4 


11 f 


19 


h 


11 


O 


11 


3f 


7 


11 f 


r^ 


22 f 




5 


~Z( 


5 


3 f 


G 


5f 


6 


25 f 


G 


2.0 f 


3 


19f 


6 


25 f 


ey 


If 


7 


12 f 


G 


If 


7 


Sfh 




9fh 


6 


14f 





14 



Manion, John 
Manion, Michael 
Manion, Nancy 
Manion, Nancy ' 
Martin, David 
Martin, Elins 
Martin, Henry 
Martin, Henry 
Martin, James 
Martin, John 
Martin, John 
Martin, John 
Jlartin, John 
IMartiu, Lewis 
Martin, Robert 
Martin, Robert 
Martin, Robert & Johi 
Martin, William 
Martin, William 
Martnell, iSliehjiel 
blasters, Daniel 
Masters, William 
Maxwell, Robert 
Meagher, James 
Medcalf, William 
i\Ielborn, Williaui 
Melburn, Charles 
Jlepacle, Nelson 
Merit, Paul 
Miller, Cephas 
Miller, Cephas 
Miller, John 
Miller, Piatt 
Miles, Ezekiel 
Mills, Charles 
Mires, Abram W. 
Morris, John 
Mowers, James 
Mulvena, Charles 
Myracle, Isaac 
Nash, James 
Nash, Nelson 
Naughton, Patrick 
Nichols, Douglas 
Nichols, Douglas 
Nichols, Wilmot 



Coo. 


Lot, 


5 


19 f 


11 


If 


5 


18f 


7 


14f 


4 


3f 


5 


2Gf 


U 


27 f 


11 


IC 


1 


4f 


:\ 


ah 


3 


4f 


4 


3f 


■4 


3f 


8 


15 f 


3 


2f 


A 


3f 


1 2 


4f 


4 


20h 


.5 


'i:< f 


8 


«f 


10 


I7f 


10 


17 




I7fh 


:■, 


5f 


/ 


11 f 


11 


15 f 


11 


15 


1 




2 


4h 


8 


llf 


11 


9f 


II 


7( 




.I9h 


3 


20 f 


4 


19h 


f> 


Ki' 


7 


(ih 


U 


14 


,5 


(if 


II 


6f 


fi 


Gf 


U 


Ih 


10 


If 


1 


2fh 


1 


4fh 


1 


4fh 



■Nolan, Michael 
Nolan, Patrick 
O'Connor, James 
O'Connell, Morris 
O'Donnell, William 
O'Hair, Hugh 
O'llair, James M. 
O Hair, James B. 
O'Hair, Patrick 
O'Uarrah, James 
Oliver, Allan 
Oliver, Andrew 
Oliver, Archibald 
Oliver, Asa 
Oliver, Frederick A. 
Oliver, Jacob 
Oliver, Frederick 
Oliver, Frederick A. 
O'Rea, Daniel 
O'Rea, Charles 
Outwaters, Daniel 
Pachman, Abel 
Palmer, John 
Parks, Emerson 
Parks, Reuben 
Patten, Sidney 
Patton, Alexander 
Patton, Isaap 
Percy, John ■ 
Percy, John 
Percy, John 
Perry, Charles B. 
Phelan, John 
Phclan, Thomas 
Pidgcon, Richard 
Pilkington, Thomas 
Potter, Henry 
Powers, Susannah 
Presley, Ira 
Pringle, Charles 
Priiigle, Charles 
Pringle, Calvin 
Pringle, Cornelius 
Pringle, David • 
Pringle, Eleanor 



Con. 
4 
4 
7 
7 
5 
7 
7 
7 
7 
S 
7 



3 
11 
11 



11 

10 



10 

10 

9 

9 

12 



Lot. 
13f 

13 f 
2f 
Gf 

23h 

9f 

8f 

9f 

9f 

6f 

7fh 

Sfh 

7fh 

Sfh 

7fh 

7fh 

7fh 

Of 

7f 

3f 

15fh 

l.'if 

5f 

27h 

15 f 

Ih 

2fh 

2fh 

f 

ICf 

IGf 

27 f 

3 

2f 

19h 

If 

4f 

12 f 

20 f 

14 f 
I5f 
14 f 
19f 
19f 

fh 



Pringle, Ezra H. 
Pringle, James 
Pringle, John 
Pringle, Joseph 
Pringle, Joseph 
Pringle, Joseph, sen. 
Pringle, Lockwood 
Pringle, Miles 
Pringle, Miles & Geo. 
Pringle, Oran 
Pringle, Waldron 
Pringle, William 
Pringle, Wm. A. 
Provins, Alex. &, Saml. 
PurccU, Michael 
Pybus, Robert 
Richmond, James 
Richmond, James 
Richmond, John 
Richmond, Thomas 
Richmond, Thomas 
Richmond, William 
Roach, Edward 
Uoach, James 
Roberts, Edward 
Robisuu, James 
Robison, James 
Robison, James 
Robison, John 
Robison, Wm. S., sen. 
Robison, Wm: S. jun. 
Robliu, David A. 
Roe, Alexander 
Rogers, Mark T. 
Rooks, Abel 
Rose, James 
Rose, Wm., sen. 
Rose, Wm., jun. 
Russell, Andrew 
Russell, John 
Russell, Nelson 
Russell, Thomas 
Russell, William 
Ryan, Thomas 
Bykely, Nelson 



Con. 


Lot. 


5 


J9f 


10 


14 f 




fh 




fh 


10 


12 


y 


12f 


5 


13f 


10 


8f 




fh 


3 


15f 




fh 


10 


12 


5 


20 


3 


If 


8 


14 f 


3 


30 f 


7 


Gf 


8 


fif 


8 


12f 


7 


Gf 


8 


Gf 


10 


2f 




8h 




8h 


3 


22 f 


C 


24 f 


7 


24h 


8 


19f 




I7f 


4 


Ih 


4 


Ih 


(i 


15f 


7 


12f 


o 


2f 




12h 


5 


2Gf 


5 


26 f 


4 


23 f 


5 


3 


5 


3f 


4 


Gh 


5 


7f 


5 


3f 


9 


Uf 


9 


20 f 



3B8 



TOWNSHIP OF RICHMOND. 



Sagnr, Aaron 
Sngiir, A(l:ini 
Sngnr, AJnm A. 
S.igiir, Charlotte 
Sagar, DeLorali 
Sagar, KJward 
Sagar, Josliua 
Sagar, Levi 
Sagar, Nelson 
Sagar, Robert 
Sa-ar, S. A. 
Sagar, Samuel 
Sagar, Samuel 
Sagar, William It. 
Salter, William 
Sanderson, Mordecai 
Savage, James 
Seliernierliorn, .-Vmos 
Sclicrmerliorn, .^mos 
Scliermcrliorn, Daniel 
Schermcrlioni, Geoi-£;e 
Sclicrmerliorn, lleniy 
Schcrmcrliorn, Henry 
Sclicrmerliorn, Jacob 
Schcrmcrliorn, Joel 
Schcrmerhorn, Leonard 
SoliernierhorD, Marshal 
Scott, Abel 
Scott, Jolin 
Scott, i\Iattliew 
Scott, Norman W. 
Scott, llobert H. 
Scott, William 
Scriher, George 
Scrimshaw, Daniel 
Scrimshaw, Jeremiah 
Scrimsh.-.w, I'hilip 
Sedon, Abraham 
Sedon, Alexander 
Sedon, Benjamin 
Sedon, Joshua 
Sedorr, David 
Sexsmith, Andrew J. 
Sexsmith, Kdward 
Sexsmith, Edward 



Cuu. 


Lot. 




COH. 


Lot. 


2 


lyh 


Sexsmith, Edward 


6 


9f 




ofh 


Sexsmith, George 


2 


2fh 




iifh 


Sexsmith, George 


.5 


11 f 


.3 


!)f 


Sexsmith, George F. 


.5 


13f 




lllh 


Sexsmith, James 


G 


9f 


7 


17 


Sexsmith, James B. 


5 


4f 




lOlh 


Sexsmith, John O. 


4 


11 f 




fh 


Sexsmith, John 0. 


5 


13f 




I Ofh 


Sexsmith, John W. 


5 


9 




fh 


Sexsmith, Joseph 


5 


4f 




fh 


Sexsmith, Matthew 


(J 


9f 




IlCh 


Sexsmith, Mark 





11 f 




llfh 


Sexsmith, Sarah 


8 


4f 


;i 


2f 


Sexsmith, Simon 


5 


4f 


3 


l«f 


Sexsmith, Simon 


5 


9f 


3 


.'if 


Sexsmith, Simon B. 


6 


llf 


5 


1-lf 


Sexsmitli, Simon L. 


5 


13 f 


a 


7f 


Sexsmith, Simon Y. 


4 


17f 




7fli 


Sexsmith, Simon Y. 


5 


18 f 


4< 


■ -J' { 


Sexsmitli, Thomas 


5 


22 f 


H 


20 f 


Sexsmith, Tl-.omas 





"gf 


A 


22 f 


Sexsmitli, Tobias 


5 


8f 


5 


21 


Sexsmith, William 


(1 


9f 




lllh 


Sexsmith, William 


6 


12f 


8 


20 f 


Sexsmith, William G. 


8 


4 


8 


20 


Sexsmith, William S. 


6 


8f 


•I 


221 


Sharp, Lawrence 


7 


22 f 


■1 


7h 


Shorts, Samuel 


8 


liif 


3 


29 f 


Sills, I. B. 


3 


14 f 


3 


29 1' 


Sills, John 


4 


18 f 




lAfh 


Sills, William R. 


3 


14 f 


G 


2! 


S.lls, Uriah 


3 


14f 


3 


29 f 


Sininson, John 


10 


]3f 


n 


71 


Sim|ison, William 


H 


14 f 


2 


Ih 


Smith, Benjamin 


9 


Gf 


1 


Ifh 


Smith, Kdward 


9 


8f 


1 


Hh 


Smith, Ellas 


4 


7f 


10 


151 


Smith, Jacob 


3 


13f 


10 


1-4 


Smith, James 


8 


15 f 


10 


14 f 


Smith, John M. 


3 


13f 


10 


15 


Smitli, Matthias 


3 


13f 


u 


12f 


Smith, Matthias C. 


3 


13 f 


4 


171 


Smith, Randal 


G 


10 f 


5 


41 


Smith, Samuel 


9 


Cf 


6 


Uf 


Smith, William 


4 


a 



TOWNSUIP OP IlTCnMOND. 



385 



Snyder, Peter R. 
Solmes, Gilbert D. 
Solmes, Gilbert D. sen. 
Solmes, Gilbert D.jun. 
Solmes, Nathaniel 
Spence, Robert 
Spence, William 
Spencer, Elias 
Spencer, George 
Spencer, George 
Spencer, Ilazleton 
Spencer, Henry 
Spencer, James 
Spencer, Jamas R. 
Spencer, James R. 
Spencer, William 
Stephenson, Arthur 
Stephenson, George 
Stephenson, Howard 
Stephenson, John 
Stephenson, John 
Steward, John 
Storms, Peter 
Storr, Charles 
Stoir, Edward 
Storr, Elijah 
Storr, Elijah 
Storr, William 
Storrings, Girdin 
Stratton, Abner 
Stratlon, D.aniel 
Sweet, George 
Sweet, George 
Sweet, Henry 
Sweet, James 
Sweet, John 
Sweet, Stephen 
Thom]isou, Alex. sen. 
Thompson, .Alex. jun. 
Thom]isou, Alexander 
Thompson, Alexander 

and Robert 
Thompson, Bennett 
Thompson, John 
Thompson, Levi 



Con. 


Lot. 


7 


17 f 


3 


5f 


4 


4f 


4 


4f 


3 


5h 


4 


27 f 


4 


27h 


4 


(if 




f 


3 


10 f 


5 


14 f 


5 


17 f 


4 


5f 


4 


14 f 


5 


llf 


4 


12 f 


1 


If 


1 


2f 


I 


If 


1 


2f 


G 


2f 


3 


Gh 


11 


18 


8 


3 


4 


20 f 


7 


10 f 


8 


3f 


8 


3h 


10 


14 f 


7 


If 


3 


8f 


4 


27h 


■5 


21f 


.5 


24 f 


5 


24 f 


7 


23 f 


7 


23 


3 


20 f 


3 


21h 


11 


lOfh 




12f 




17fh 


8 


01 


8 


22 f 



Thompson, Rensselaer 
Thompson, Robert 
Thompson, Thomas 
Tomkins, Joseph 
Treadway, Benjamin 
Trcadway, Emanuel 
Treadway, Francis 
Tripp, Sydmore 
Trip)i, Sydmore 
Tunibull, Jennet 
Turnbull, John 
Tyner, John 
Tyner, Richard 
Vader, John 
Vadcr, John 
Vader, William 
Vader, Wm. H. 
Vader, Wm. H. 
Vallcau, George W. 
Valleau, Gordon U. 
Vallcau. William, sen. 
linger, Nathan 
Van.^lstiue, Duncan 
VaiiAlstinc, Isaac 
Van.\lstine, James J. 
VauAlstine, John F. 
Vnn.Mstine, Joseph 
Vandebogart, Francis 
Vandcwater, William 
Vandusen, Wm. J. 
Vanblaricum, David 
Waddell, William D. 
Wagar, George P. 
Walker, D.aniel 
Walker, John 
Walker, Robert 
Walker, Robert 
AV'allacc, William 
Wallace, William 
Waller, John R. 
Walrath, Charles 
Wnlrath, Henry 
Warner, Isaac 
Warner, John 
Warner, Simon 



Con. 
11 



3 

8 
8 

II 

11 
8 
8 
H 
S 
8 
5 



4 
3 

7 
19 
19 



li 
8 

u; 

10 
3 

II 

8 

I 
11 
20 

2 

8 
8 
3 
3 
3 



r.ot. 

lOih 

2lh 

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27h 

2-1 f 

21 f 

2-1 f 

4fh 

4h 

2f 

2f 

Of 

Gf 

17h 

18 

17f 

17h 

18 

ISf 

IGf 

IGf 

2Gf 

19h 

18f 



19f 

21 f 
23 f 

17 f 

i;.f 

II) f 

9f 

18 f 
17 

r,( 

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8f 

h 

4 k 

22 

22 f 
10 f 
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390 TOWNSHIP OF SHEFFIKLB. 








Con. 


Lot. 




Cod. 


l,ot. 


Wartman, David 


5 


22 f 


Windovcr, George 


8 


iGt 


V/atson, John 




Ch 


Windovcr, Hiram 


9 


21 f 


Watta, Cbarlea 


2 


2h 


Windover, John 


8 


12 f 


Wayt, iMicliacl 


10 


13f 


Windovcr, John, sen. 


S 


Mf 


Wayt, Robert 


10 


9 


Winters, Abram 


A. 


20 f 


"Wayt, Tliomaa 


9 


9f 


Winters, Abraham 


(i 


If 


Weecc, David 


-! 


2Gf 


Winters, David 


.1 


7f 


Weece, Samuel 


4 


2Gf 


Winters, Robert 


li 


4f 


Welch, John 




20h 


Winters, Samuel, sen. 


(i 


.Of 


Whitcomb, James 


•t 


loh 


Winters, Samuel, jun. 


C 


5f 


Whitcomb, M. C. and 






Winters, Thomas 


6 


5f 


Charles 


19 


h 


Woodcock, Isaac 




lOh 


Whiteman, Hcnrv 


7 


■If 


Woodcock, John 




17fh 


Whiteman, Henry 


•7 


■Ih 


Woodcock, John G. 




lOf 


Whiteman, Henry 


fi 


2li 


Woodcock, Nicholas 


2 


.')fh 


Whiteman, John 


*■ 


4f 


Woodcock, Richard 




10 f 


Wiggins, Elliot 




l«fh 


Woodcock, William 




lOh 


Wilkinson, William II. 




( 


Yco, Charles 




IGfh 


Williamson, Robert 


10 


9f 


Yeo, Charles 




17 f 


Williamson, Theodore 


4 


21 f 


York, Daniel 


U 


17 f 


Williamson, Thomas 


10 


9 


York, David 


3 


17h 


Wilson, Daniel 


1 


15 f 


York, Herman ■ 


11 


17 f 


Wilson, Henry 


1 


Hf 


York, James 


G 


Of 


Wilson, Ilinry 


:> 


H( 


York, Lorenzo 


10 


18 f 


Wilson, James 


A 


Hf 


Young, Uenjamin 


"1 


Uf 


Wilson, James 


n 


Kf 


Youug, George 


10 


17 f 


Wilson, John 


•1 


8f 


Young, James 


4 


3f 


Wilson, John 


;') 


.Hf 


Young, James 


4 


Gf 


Windover, Charles 


7 


12 f 


Young, James 


11 


12 


Windovcr, Charles 


K 


12f 


Young, John 


1(1 


17 


Windover, George 


H 


M 


Young, William 


11 


12f 



■lOWNSHIP OF SHEFriELI). 



391 



TOWNSHIP OF SHEFFIELD. 



The township of Sheffield lies in Aildington, and is bounded on the- 
north by the townships of Kalndar and Kennebec, county of Fronte- 
nac ; ou tlie east by the township of Ilincliiiibrookc, county of Frontc- 
nac ; ou the south by the to\?nship of Camden Kast j and on the west 
by the township of Hungerford, county of Hastings. The first settle- 
ment was made about the year 1820, and in 1842, it contained 1334 
inhabitants, which had increased, in 1801, to 2925. The face of the 



country is generally level or rolling, and the timber a mixture of hard 
wood and pine. From the crop of 1849 were produced 20,000 bushels 
of wheat, 21,000 bushels of potatoes, 1 1,000 lbs. of maple sugar, 4000 
lbs. of wool, and 2900 lbs. of butter. Below we give agricultnial 
returns from last census : 

RETURNS OF AGRICULTURAL PRODUCE, LANDS HELD. 
OCCUPIERS OF LANDS, &c., FOR THE TOWNSHIP OF 
SHEFFIELD. 



Occupiers of lands — total 

10 acres and under ... 

20 acres to .10 

50 " 100 

100 " 200 

200 " and upwards 



348 

8 

80 

185 
02 
13 



LANDS .\ND I'RODUCIi. 

Amount held in acres 3C881 

" under cultivation 149GC 

" crops : 8133 

" pasture 0493 

" gardens and orchards 40 

Wood and wild lauds 21015 

Cash value of farms, in dollars 318571 

" agricultural implements 19701 

" produce of gardens and orchards... .'.. 1047 

Quantity of land held by townspeople, not being farmers 54 

Fall wheat — acres 177 

" bushels 1740 

Spring wheat — acres '471 

bushels 2428.') 

Barley — acres 377 

" bushels Kh'38 

Ryer— acres 892 

" bushels 11170 

Peas — acres '. 1379 

" bushels -2331 

Oats— acres 1-00 

" bushels -'9900 

Buckwheat — acres ^ 20 1 

, " bushels -'OCl 



Indian corn — acres 



111 



bushels 2174 

Potatoes — acres r 'lOS 

bushels 31924 



392 TOWNSHIP OF SHEFFIELD. 

Turnips — acres. 27 

" buslieU • "1150 

Carrots — bushels 575 

Mangel wurzcl — busliels 2-15 

Beans — buslicls 81 

Clover, timothv, and otiier grass seeds 98 

Uay— tons ..'. 1925 

Uops— lbs 217 

Flax and bemp — lbs 24 

LIVE STOCK. 

Bulls, oxen and steers 285 

Mdch cows 1065 

Calves and heifers 1358 

Horses over three years old 10.15 

Value of same in dollars 31925 

Colts and fillies : 21t) 

Sheep 2394 

Piss 1444 

Total value of live stock, in dollars 07182 

DOMESTIC MANUFACTURES. 

Butler— lbs 7C500 

Cheese— lbs .' 4U0 

Maple sugar— lbs 15913 

Wool— lbs '. 7189 

Fulled cloth— yards 2308 

Flannel — yard.s .')51C 

Beef, in barrels of 200 lbs 110 

Pork, •' " 832 

Fish, salted in barrels I 

Carriages kept for pleasure 34 

Value of same in dollars 1505 

Carriages kept for hire 4 

Value of same, in dollars . 8C 

Census uv OiuGiN. — England and Wales, G7 ; Scotland, IG; Ire- 
laud, CG2 ; Natives of Canada, not of French origin, 2111 ; French 
origin, IS ; United States, 47 ; Prussia, German States and Holland, 
2 ;"aU other places, 1 ; not known, 1 ; Total, 2925. 

•CiiNSVS DY RELIGION. — Cliurch of England, 5C3 ; Church of 
Rome, 1013 ; Established Church of Scotland, 119; Free Church of 
Scotland, (iG ; United Presbyterians, -i 1 ; Wcsleyan Methodists, 
5G0 ; Episcopal Jlethodists, 489 ; New Connexion Methodists, 2 ; 
other Methodists, -IG ; Religion unknown, 2G : Total 2925. 



TOWNSUH' Ol' SIlEFlTKLn. 



303 



TowNSHipOFFlcuus.—Coinicil meets at the Town Ilall, Taniworth, 
■on the third Monday in each month. Reeve, Ebenczer Perry ; Deputy 
Reeve, Patrick McMuUen. Councillors — John Uinch, Geori;e Mac- 
Keon.'and Daniel Gilmorc. Treasurer, John Sherman. Cleik. Rr,bt. 
Smith. Assessor, Patrick, Gaffney. Collectors— Henry McKim, 
Samuel Morrison, John Keid, James Powers, Lawrence Collins. Con- 
stables — James Powers, Matthev/ AVormoth. 



Abrams, Benjamin 
Al)ranis, Charles 
Abrams, Edwin 
Adair, John, sen. 
Adair, John, juu. 
Adair, Tl'.omas . 
Adair, William 
Anderson, Henry 
Anderson, James 
Anderson, Jacob 
Anderson, Martin 
Anderson, William 
Armstrong, Thomas 
Armstrong, William 
Asselstine, C. S. 
Assclstine. Cyril 
Ayelsworth, A. K. 
Ayelsvvortb, J. 
Ayelsworth, James 
Ayelsworth, William U 
Bailey, James 
Bailey, John 
Baker, John 
Baker, Joseph 
Barrie, James 
Barrigar, Capt. fiow, 
Barrigar, John H- 
Barrig.ir, Solomon 
Barrigar, Solomon 
Barrigar, William 
Barry, John 
Baxter, Charles ' 
Baxter, John 
Baxter, Thomas 
Baxter, Thomas 
Baxter, Vi'iUiam 
Beard, David 



)n. 


Lot 




3 


l-th 


Beams, Denis 


■1 


Ilif 


Beams, Denis 


■1 


If 


Bearu'i, Joiin 


(" 


3f 

■.if 


Beams, P.urick 
liellbVil, D.avirl 


It 
li 


3f 
3f 


Bell, .'Vndiew 
Bell, Daviil 


a 


12 f 


Bell, David 


■> 


Uih 


Bell, James 


;! 


12 f 


Hell, Luke 


1 


lllv 


Bell, Luke 


1 


lOh 


Bell, Willi.am,scii. 





3h 


Bell, William, jun. 


1 


Gf 


Ih'loh, James 





Gf 


Biiket, John 





5f 


liirkct, John 


7 


7f 


Bhket, William 


7 


hf 


liirkett, .I;.::ies 


(i 


5f 


Blcwltr, Thomas 


U 


.'. f 


lionrke, John 


1 


liih 


lUcwer, John 


I 


.-)h 


Itmngham, Bichai' 


•1 


7f 


Rrown, George 


O 


7f 


Brown, Ralph 


7 


12f 


Brown, Robert 


:i 


If 


Bnuvn, Widow 


n 


2lh 


liruwn, William 


3 


If 


Brown, William 


r, 


7f 


Brown, Wiiliani 


1 


22h 


Brnndage, Thomas 


;i 


7f 


Bahjcr. George 


1 


-Ih 


Bums, Andrew 


1 


4h 


Burns, .Andrew 


I 


■lb 


Burns, James 


1 


■Ih 


linms, John 


1 


4h 


Burrows, Itev. Mr. 


.5 


1 1 


Bntler, John 



Con. 


Lot. 


10 


14h 


11 


]3h 


10 


13h 


111 


]3h 


•) 


]5f 


7 


3f 


i; 


5f 


7 


f 


7 


4f 


5 


4f 


7 


4f 


7 


4f 


7 


4f 


3 


8f 


.3 


20 f 


o- 


]Sh 


(J 




•I 


9f 


4 


9f 


1 


sr 


1 


2h 


. 3 ■ 


12 f 


H 


7f 


o 


5h 


S 


7f 


S 


7f' 


1. 


Ch 


s 


lOh 


10 


Ih 


n 


It 


1 


r,{ 


11 


3f 


33 


■ > 


5 


Gf 


u 


41. 


7 


fj (■ 


11 


If 



394 



TOWNSHIP OF SHETKIELO. 





Con. 


Lot. 


Butler, Timotliy 


11 


If 


]}yrne, James 


15 


4h 


Byrne, J'atrick 


15 


4h 


Byrnes, John 


■i 


Of 


Byrnes, Martin 


8 


5f 


Byrnes, Martin 


9 


4 


Byrnes, Michael 


9 


2f 


Byrnes, Peter 


8 


4f 


Byrnes, Thomas 


8 


5f 


Byrnes, Thomas 


9 


4f 


Byrnes, William 


9 


2f 


Cade, John 


5 


12h 


Cade, John 


7 


13 


Cade, William 


9 


19h 


Callaghan, Joseph 


8 


6f 


Cameron, Donald 


7 


5h 


Campbell, Thomas 


10 


4f 


Canada, George 


() 


2f 


Canada, George 


3 


2f 


Canada, John 


3 


3f 


Card, Orin 


11 


Ih 


Card, Orin 


12 


Ih 


Carlton, James 


14 


2h 


Carlton, Patrick 


U 


2h 


Carlton, Thomas 


14 


2h 


Carroll, Patrick 


o 


12 


Carscnllin, James A. 


7 


5f 


Carscnllin, Peter 


G 


Gf 


Carscallin, Peter 


7 


llf 


CarscaJlin_. William 


7 


5f 


Cavanagh, Miclmcl 


4 


3f 


Cavanagli, Patrick 


■1 


3f 


Clark, Andrew 


1 


3h 


Clark, Anson 


5 


8f 


Clark, Anson 


7 


14 f 


Clark, John 


U 




Clark, Marcus M. 


6 


5f 


Clark, Thomas 


5 


Gf 


Clark, William 


5 


8f 


Collins, iTaines 


3 


18h 


Collins, Lawrence 


3 


18h 


Connors, George 


9 


9f 


Connors, John 


1 


14h 


Connors, Thomas 


9 


9f 


Conoly, Peter 


G 


20h 





Con. 


Lot. 


Conoly, Thomas 


6 


20h. 


Cooke, Richard 


1 


71f 


Cooke, Willinm 


1 


7h. 


Copcland, William 


10 


3h 


CorroU, Cornelius 


11 


5h 


Coulter, Andrew 


7 


7f 


Coulter, John 


7 


Tf 


Coulter, Kichard 


7 


7f 


Craig, William 


2 


Oh 


Crawford, John, sen. 


1 


If 


Crawford, John, jun. 


1 


If 


Crouse, Charles 


3 


2f 


Cummings, Alexander 


2 


sr 


Cumerford, George 


o 


15h 


Cummins, Thomas 


4 


14 f 


Dafoe, Andrew- 


5 


6f 


Devlin, Charles 


3 


151. 


Dillon, James 


14 


Ih 


Dillon, John 
Dillon, Willi.<im 


13 


Ih 


14 


Ih 


Doinn, Stephen 


1 


21h 


Dolan, Thomas 


1 


21h 


Donohue, Michael 


3 


21 f 


Donohue, Thomas 


5 


]7h 


Donovan, Daniel 


*> 


12 f 


Donovan, Daniel 


2 


16 f 


Donovan, Thomas 


1 


12 £ 


Douglass, Andrew- 


(i 


5f 


Douglass, Henry 


7 


sr 


Douglass, llicharJ 


7 


sr 


Dowling, James 


3 


13 r 


Dowliug, John 


13 


4h 


Dowling, Robert 


5 


13 f 


Dowling, Robert 


G 


5r 


Dowling, Thomas 


5 


13 f 


Dowling, Thomas 


13 


41. 


Drader, Ernest 


7 


5f 


Drader, Ernest A. 


7 


5f 


Drader, John 


7 


5f 


Dunn, Catharine 


14 


4 


Dunn, Patrick 


1 


12 f 


Dnycr, Timothy 


14 


5U 


Dwyer, Timothy 


15 


Gl. 


Eakey, Peter, sen. 


3 


Hi- 


Eakey, Thomas 


3 


nt 



TOWNSIIU' 01- SIIKFI'IEI-U. 



-'5? 



^* 



Con. Lot. 



Embury, William Lucas 

andV. 
Evans, Samuel 
Evans, William 
Ewing, William 
Farney, Jeremiah 
Farne'y, John 
Files, Sidney 
Files, Sidney 
Files, Thomas 
Fitzgerald, Richard 
Fitzgerald, William 
Flannigan, Michael 
Flannigan, Patrick 
Flannigan, Thomas 
Floyd, John 
Forristcr, Philip 
Fox, Owen & Michael 
Franklin, John 
Frawley, Michael 
Frazer, Richard 
Fretts, Widow 
Fritts, Mrs. 

Gafney, Jeremiah 

Gafney, John 

Gafney, Patrick 

Gafney, Richard 

Gafney, Thomas 

Garrett, James 

Garrett, William 

Gibbs, Andrew 

Gibbs, William 

Gilmour, Daniel 

Gdmour, Smith 

Gilmour, William 

Gonyon, John 

Gonyon, Joseph 

Gonyon, Richard 

Grange, John 

Grange, Robert 

Grant, Joseph R. 

Ilagard, Robert 

Ilannns, Robert 

Ilardwick, Samuel 

Uarkness, Gilbert 



7 
12 

4 
14 
14 



7 

12 
1 


12 
8 

10 
7 
4 
4 
3 
4 
4 
3 
4 
10 
7 
8 
8 
8 
I 
2 

5 
6 
ti 
6 

r, 

6 
5 

8 



Uarkness, James 
5 f Darkness, Thomas 

18 f llarrigan, John 

I7h Hart, John 
7f Hawly, Elienezer 

16h Hoyden, James 

15h Hayden, James 

11 f Hayes, John 

22 Hayes, Morris 
1 f Hays, Martin 
Oh Hays, WiUiam 
5 f Hazard, Alexander 

18h Hazard, Alexander 

18h Hazard, Ricimrd 

18h Herchcmcr, James 
5f Herchcmcr, John 
3 f Herchemer, Robert 

9 f Herchemer, Robert 
5 f Herchemer, Robert 
;! f Herriugton, Mrs. 
ti f Hickcy, James 

21 f Hinch, John 
.1 f Hinehy, Baptistc 
3 f Hinehy, Nathaniel 
3 f Hinehy, Thomas 
8f Hodge, Robert 
Gf Hooley, Daniel 
3 f Ilooley, Jlichael 
14 f Hooper, Henry 
\A\\ Hopkins, Abraham 
4h Hopkins, James 
7 f Hopkins, William 
1 f Horicau, Hugh 
3 I Houriug, Edward 
3 Hughes, John 
rdi Huifrnan, Andrew 
llf HulTman, John 

10 Hutfmnn, J. C. 
4f Hulfman, Wm. M. C 
I (' Humphrey, John 
Ai Ilumpln-ey, Thomas 
2f Humphrey, William 
7 f Hunt, John 
f Hunt, William 
9 f Hunter, Paul 



Con. Lot, 


8 


Of 


8 


9f 


1 


IGh. 


'J 


If 


Ij 


8h 


;") 


■If 


li 


5 


• > 


7h 


2 


13h 


!) 


2h 


5 


Gf 





9f 


r. 


yf 


7 


8f 


t> 


r. f 


7 


:, 


1) 


.If 


7 


5f 


7 


5f 


1. 


17h 


■> 


12 f 


8 


5f 


10 


Ih 


7 


r,{ 


7 


5 1' 


1 


5f 


■i 


llf 


1- 


Uf 


7 


5f 


'.) 


llf 


3 


20 f 


3 


20 f 


11 


14h 


32 


7h 


i) 


4h 


G 


If 





If 


7 


5f 


.S. 


If 


6 


17h 


5 


17h 


5 


17h 


3 


10 f 


G 


9f 


G 


4f 



39C 



rOWNSIIIP Of SlIKIKUILD. 





Con. 


Lot 


Iliirst, Francis 


I 


Iflh 


UvlnnJ, Erlwiird 


7 


6f 


Ingilsby, Biirnard 


3 


41' 


Ingelsby, Owen 


3 


4f 


Inijelsliy, Paul 


3 


4f 


Ives, Henry 


G 


5f 


Jackson, Mrs. 


7 


5( 


Jackson, Widow 


7 


5f 


Jameson, Jolui 


12 


9h 


Jameson, Tliomas 


12 


2h 


Jolinston, Jolin 


4 


Ch 


Jones, tticliard 


7 


7f 


Joyner, Cliarles 


7 


5f 


Joyner, llcnry 


7 


5f 


Judge, Thomas 


4 


llf 


Keacli, Willy 


15 


14 


Kenrns, Nicholas 


4 


21h 


Kee^an, Michael 


') 


141 


Keller, David 


9 


17h 


Keller, Joseph . 


5 


8f 


Keller, Nelson 


7 


14h 


Keller, Peter 


7 


13h 


Keller, Sininn 


i 


14h 


Keller, William 


U 


I31i 


Kelloran, James 


t> 


If 


Kelly, James 


12 


3h 


KellV, William 


9 


9h 


Kelpin, James 


4 


l!)f 


Kelpin, John, sen. 


■1 


201. 


Kelpin, John, jun. 


1 


10 f 


Keiidlc, Mrs. 


1 


fir 


Kirwiu, John 


3 


Of 


Killhorn, Uu'-h 


4 


7f 


Killhorn, James 


4 


7f 


Killhorn, Thomas 


4 


7f 


Kin;:^, lienson 


14 


lOh 


King, Horace 


1.5 


llh 


Kin;;, Reuben 


12 


lUh 


Kirk, Samuel 


8 


llf 


Kirkpatrick, Thomas 


7 


13h 


Kirkpatrick, Thomas 


12 


22h 


Kni!<lit, James 


7 


Of 


Lacy, Bernard 


7 


2f 


Lacy, Barnard 


7 


8f 


Lacy, Henry 


7 


Sf 



Lacy, Patrick 
Lacy, Peter, sen. 
Lacy, Peter, jun. 
Lake, Slepben 
I.npum, James 
Lasarpie, D. 
Lauder, David 
Lawlcr, Mor2;an 
Lawrence, Anthony 
Lee, David 
Lewis, Richard 
Liner, George 
Liner, George 
Liner, Michael 
Liner, Michael 
Liner, Richard 
Liner, Thomas 
Lock ridge, Joseph 
Lolt, John 
Lowell, Richard U. 
Loyst, Isaiah 
Loyst, Joseph 
Loyst, Joseph 
Loyst, Sim.eon 
Loyst, William 
Lyman, Christopher 
Lyman, Christoijhcr 
Lyman, John N. 
JIcAnnany. Edw.ard 
McCam, Slcrritt 
HcCawlcy, John, sen. 
McCnwlcy, Tobias 
iMcCleish, Thomas 
McCormick, Denis 
McCormick, James 
McCorimick, John 
MeCormiek, Michael 
McConnell, Wesley 
McCoy, Andrew 
McCoy, William 
McCnIloeh, Charles 
McDonald, John 
McDonnell, J.ames 
McDonnell, John 
McDonnell, Patrick 



Con. 


Lot. 


8 


7f 


8 


7f 


8 


7f 


7 


12 f 


7 


.5f 


2 


31h 


.5 


5f 


•; 


32h 


14 


3h 


1 


15f 


12 


8h 


9 


7h 


10 


7 


9 


8f 


10 


8 


9* 


lOh 


9 


lOh 


9 


8h 


S 


15h 


7 


5f 


.■) 


G 


7 


13 


8 


13h 


6 


f 


5 


Of 


7 


10 f 


7 


llf 


13 


2t)h 


12 


17h 





6f 


4 


17 f 


4 


17 f 


3 


17 


1 


llh 


4 


4f 


4 


4f 


4 


4f 


8 


131i 


7 


llh 


7 


llf 


7 


4f 


1 


21h 


7 


8f 


7 


8f 


4 


9f 



TOWNSHIP or SlIEFFIKLU. 



397 



'\ 



McDonnell, Robert T. 
McDonnell, Robert T. 
McDonnell, Samuel C. 
McDowell, John 
JIcGarvey, Jaines 
McGarvy, Robert 
McGarvy, William 
McGill, Edward 
McGregor, Donald 
McGregor, Malcom 
MeGuire, Charles 
McGuire, Thomas 
Mcllall, Michael 
Mclntyre, Patrick 
McKeon, George 
McKcon, James 
McKeon, Robert 
McKeon, Robert 
McKeon, William 
MeKeown, Michael 
McKeown, Michael, me 

chant 
McKeown, Michael 
McKini, Charles 
McKini, Christopher 
McKini, Elias 
McKim, Henry 
McKini, Hiram 
McKnight, Samuel _ 
McKusker, Edward 
McKu.skcr, Thomas 
McLaughlin, Charles 
McLoughlin, Martin 
McMuUen, John 
McMolli-n, Joseph' 
MciMuUen, Joseph 
MeMuUen, Patrick 
• McMullen, Patrick 
McMuUen, Robert 
MeNaniara, Michfel 
McNumarn, Peter 
McNaiTiara, William 
McWiUiam, James 
Madden, John 
Mahar, Jamea 



6 
G 

7 
1 

4 

4 

4 

6 

4 

1 
r- 

2 

2 

7 
11 

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9 

2 

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Lot. 

14 Mahoncy, Daniel 

15 ( .\lahoney, Michael 
lU f Mahoncy, Richard 

Sf Mark, Robert 
2lb Marsh, William 
IGh Martin, Bernard 
151i Martin, James 
11 I Martin, Patrick 

C I Martin, -lohn 

C f Martin, John 
19h Martin, P.itiiek, 
Martin, Sherman 

Ih Martinell, Mitchell 

1 I ALatbcws, i;dward 
IG I Mathews, John 

5 I Melling. Stewart 

17 I Mellon, James 

18 I Mellon, John, jun. 
lU I Mellon, Patrick 

11 f Mdlcr, Fletcher •. 
Miller, Geor^-i- 

121i Miller, (Jeorge 

12 1 Miller, George 
lull Mdler, George 

G Mdler Thomas 
.r, I .Miller, Wm. Henry 
31 Mlllii;an, James 
14ii Milligan, William, sc 

13 Mdligan, William, ju 
2h Mills, William 
2li Morgan, Richard 

14li .Morris, Luke 
1 I Morrison, Robert 
."if Morrison, Samuel 
20 I Morrison, Widow 
Mowhury, John 
Mowbnry, Robert 
Mowhury, ThonifS 
Mulbolland, Hugh 
MulhollaiKl, John 
\lullan, John 
Munns, James 
Mnrphy, Daniel 
Mnrpliy, James 
7h Muiphy, James 



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TOWNSHIP OF SHEFFIELD. 





Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot, 


Murplij, John 


1 


llh 


Phelan, Nicholas 


4 


9f 


Murphy, John 


3 


9f 


Polmenticr, Henry 


2 


13 f 


Murphy, John 


3 


10 f 


Polmentier, John ' 


4 


12 f 


Murphy, John 


4, 


9f 


Potchett, A. 


8 


5f 


Murphy, John 


10 


9f 


Potchett, Joseph 


8 


f 


Murphy, Michael S. 


3 


7{ 


Pourrs, James 


3 


12 f 


Murphy, Michael 


3 


13 f 


Presley, Joseph 


4 


9f 


Murphy, Michael 


5 


12h 


Prout, Andrew] 


5 


2f 


Murphy, Michael 


7 


11 f 


Prout, James 


5 


2f 


Murphy, Patrick 


2 


12 f 


Prout, John 


5 


2f 


Murphy, Patrick 


3 


14 f 


Prout, William 


5 


2f 


Murphy, Philip 


5 


18 f 


Quigley, John 


.'> 


7h 


Murjihy, Richard 


7 


3{ 


Quinn, Francis 


tj 


21h 


Murphy, Itichard 


8 


If 


Quinn, John 


4 


2f 


Murphy, Itichard 


14 


4h 


Quinn, John 


18 




Murphy, Thomas 


3 


9f 


Reid, David 


5 


8f 


Murphy, Thomas 


7 


3f 


Reid, John 


4 


3f 


Murphy, Widow 


13 


3h 


Reid, William 


4 


7f 


Murphy, William 


1 


18h 


Richardson, George 


G 


5f 


Nceley, Picubcii N. 


a 


5f 


Richardson, George 


G 


5f 


Neugent, WiUiam 


1 


19h 


Ring, David 


G 


4f 


Ncvills, Dennis 


G 


7f 


Ring, David 


7 


4f 


Nolan, Edward 


11 


3h 


Ring, Edward 


7 


4f 


O'Uricn, Cornelius 


2 


20h 


Roach, Henry 


5 


19h 


O'Brien, Daniel, sen.- 


o 


20h 


Roach, James 


5 


19h 


O'Brien, Daniel, Jun. 


'1 


21h 


Rodgers, Benjamin 


7 


11 f 


O'Drien, Jeremiah 





20h 


Rodgers, Francis 


1 


Ch 


O'Day, Michael 


3 


8f 


Rogers, Joseph 


9 


2h 


■O'Day, Patrick 


3 


8f 


Rose, W. 


7 


5f 


O'Day, Patrick 


15 


Gh 


Russell, George 


o 


7f 


Oliver, William 


G 


5{ 


Sampson, George 


2 


14h 


Oliver, William 


G 


7f 


Sanderson, James 


4 


6f 


■O'Neil, Darby 


3 


21 f 


Sanderson, John 


7 


9h 


O'Neil, James 


4 


9f 


Sandine, Francis 


11 


14h 


'O'Ncil, Jamei 


5 


20 f 


Scantlin, James 


13 


2f 


Paul, George 


3 


If 


Scantlin, William 


13 


If 


Paul, Robert 


5 


6f 


Scantlin, William 


14 


1 


Pcnkins, William 


7 


12h 


Scouton, Michael 





6f 


Perry, A. B. 


6 


Gf 


Scouton, Michael T. 


G 


5 


Ferry, Daniel 


6 


5f 


Seldin, Franklin 


7 


5f 


Perry, Ebcnezer 


G 


Gf 


Sheilds, Charles 


7 


5f 


Perry, E. H. 


G 


Gf 


Sheilds, James 


7 


5f 


Perry, John R. 


G 


5f 


Sheilds, Sampson 


7 


6f 


Perry, S. V. 


6 


5f 


Sherman, John 


C 


Cf 


Petersoi;^ John 


7 


5f 


Shire, Godfrey 


8 


8f 


d'hair, Daniel 


7 


30 


Shire, Henrv 


8 


8f 



TOWNSHIP OF SHEI'FIKI.D. 



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Con. 


Lot. 




Con. 


Lot. 


Shire, Jacob 


7 


5f 


Todd, John 


5 


8f 


Shire, Jacob 


8 


3h 


Torshcc, George 


(! 


5f 


Shire, Martin Luke 


K 


3h 


Townsend, Thomas 


6 


121i 


Simmons, Miles 


7 


5f 


Traynor, Thomas 


15 


9h 


Smith, Charles 


9 


9h 


Trotter, William 


4 


. 5f 


Smith, Christopher 


9 


7f 


Tumper, James 


7 


Ih 


Smith, Christopher 


10 


7 


Vandewater, Andrew 


7 


llf 


Smith, Harvey 


6 


14 f 


Vandewater, R. 


G 


5 


Smith, Harvey 


7 


5f 


Vandewater, R. 


7 


5f 


Smith, Robert 


G 


5f 


Varley, Hiram 


2 


Gf 


Snider, E. 


15 


12h 


Varlcy, Peter 


2 


Gf 


Spratt, Michael 


15 


8h 


Vedar, William 


13 


lOh 


Spratt, William 


lb 


8h 


Wager, George 


11 


9h 


Stafford, Philip 


4 


If 


Wager, Gilbert 


15 


15h 


Stafford, William 


4 


1 f 


Wager, Leonard 


U 


2f 


Stafford, Philip 


15 


14 


Walker, Joslnni 


G 


12h 


Stenson, George 


5 


4f 


Wall, John 


15 


7h 


Stenson, James 


5 


3 


Ward, William 


o 


12 


Stenson, John 


7 


2f 


Ward, William 


15 


13h 


Stevenson, John 


9 


8f 


Waters, George, sen. 


10 


12f 


Stevenson, John 


11 


2f 


Waters, George, jun. 
Waters, Thomas 


10 


12 f 


Stewart, Archibald 


3 


12 f 


]0 


12 f 


Stewart, Charles 


3 


12 f 


Walters, George 


8 


10 


Stewart, John 


» 


]2f 


Way, Patrick 


!1 


5h 


Stewart, John 


4 


1 f 


Welch, .Joseph 


2 


3lli 


Stewart, Neil, sen. 


4 


If 


Welsh, John 


.i 


21 f 


Stewart, Neil, jun. 


4 


If 


Welsh, Joim, mason 


.'■. 


18h 


Stone, John 


1 


18h 


Welsh, Michuel 


.f 


I.'ih 


Stone, Thomas 


1 


31. 


Welsh, I'ntrick 


:i 


21 f 


Storring, Murinni 


li 


5f 


Welsh, P.UricI,, mcvchant4 


Of 


Stover, Jucoh 


G 


33h 


Welsh, Thomas 


'} 


16 f 


Sweet, M. J. 


G 


4f 


West, Chailes 


•> 


3f 


Switzer, Ezra 


7 


4f 


West, Patrick 


■J 


3f 


Swilzcr, Samuel 


10 


Gl. 


West, William, sen. 


1 


3r 


Thompson, Caleb 


7 


11 f 


We.sf, William, jun. 


1 


4 f 


'I'lioinpson, Charles 


7 


lOf 


Whalen, Michael 


15 


7h 


Thompson, Rev. C. 


7 


lOf 


Wheeler, Alonzo 


7 


5f 


Thompson, John, sen. 


7 


lOf 


Wheeler, Calvin 


6 


4f 


Thompson, John, jun. 


7 


11 f 


Wheeler, Calvin 


7 


5f 


Thompson, Joseph 


7 


5f 


Wheeler, fJalvin 


7 


Gf 


Thompson, Peter 


7 


lOf 


Wheeler, George 




Of 


Thornton, EzckicI 


c 


Of 


Wheeler, James 


7 


(if 


Thornton, George 


5 


2f 


Wheeler, .lohu 


7 


5f 


Thornton, Hanly 


5 


2f 


Wheeler, EtikcA. 


7 


5f 


Vliornton, Thomas 


U 


Of 


Wheeler, l,uke A. 


. 7 


(if 



400 



.TOWNSllIIJ OF SllKFi.'U:;.D. 



Vi'heclcr, Richard 
Wheeler, Richard 
Wheeler, R. W. 
AVhite, Jonathan 
White, Thoma3 
Willdnson, W. R. 
AVilhams, Andrew 
WiHiams, H. II. 
Williams, II. N. 
WiUinms, Nelson 
Williams, W. II. 
Willson, iJavid 
Willson, John 
Wilson, John 
Wilson, John 
Wilson, Widow 
Wiseman, Francis 



Cod. Ivot. 
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6 


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4 


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4 


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1 


12 


G 


5f 


C 


5f 


7 


b( 


10 


2f 


11 


3 


11 


2h 


7 


5f 



Wolfe, John 
M'ooJ, Jacob 
Wood, John 
Woodcock, Abraham 
Woodcock, Geove 
Wormworth, Matthew 
Wormworth, Matthew 
York, Benjamin 
York, Daniel 

York, David 

York, David L. 

York, Gordon 

York, Joshua 

York, Martin 

Youns;s, Norman 

Youngs, Robert 



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8 
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